At Mobile World Congress, Taqtile will demonstrate how the programming of robot instructions can be greatly aided using Taqtile’s Manifest augmented reality platform.
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The ultimate question for today’s plant managers is this: How should an organization protect the valuable time of its most seasoned machine operators and engineers by keeping them on sophisticated tasks — and leverage complementary tools such as collaborative robots (cobots) and augmented reality (AR) to delegate everything else?
The increasing pace of the 5G rollout has some obvious benefits for businesses at all stages of growth, experts say. “5G technology offers a tremendous opportunity to transform, particularly in three areas: Operations, employee experience, and customer experience.”
Robust, ongoing support of the iPad exemplifies the Taqtile strategy to support a broad range of devices enabling businesses to best equip frontline workers to perform their jobs.
This collection of innovative companies honors the technology breakthroughs that promise to shape the future of their industries—from healthcare to agriculture to artificial intelligence, and even how businesses enable their frontline deskless workers to better do their jobs.
John Mathieu, the managing director of Seattle-based Taqtile Inc., uses augmented reality goggles at his stand in the American section of the Dubai Air Show,
What could you do with Augmented Reality? The possibilities are endless - just ask Taqtile. Manifest gives desk-less workers instant virtual access to, and step-by-step guidance from, your most experienced technicians and trainers anywhere, anytime.
The President and CEO of Learning Alliance Corporation wants graduates of his organization to be more than safe climbers. He wants them to be better trained, so they can become profit centers for their employers in a short period of time and with a pathway forward for success in their careers.
5G will influence and enable the industries, jobs and technologies of the next decade. We sat down with Taqtile, a Seattle-based software and augmented reality company, to talk about how they are using 5G-enabled mixed reality solutions to help companies improve workforce training, knowledge transfer and productivity.
Taqtile enhances its support of diverse augmented reality (AR) headsets with advanced capabilities for the Magic Leap wearable computer and RealWare headset.