In this episode of the Food For Thought podcast, we’re talking about how mixed reality is changing the landscape for workforce training among manufacturers.
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LAC demonstrated augmented reality use cases. “By combining our virtual reality gaming components and Taqtile’s Manifest software, we have produced a unique way to train and develop our students.”
Artificial intelligence promises to improve healthcare. To help medical device companies successfully implement AI, the upcoming Design. Engineer. Build. conference at MD&M West will explore regulations, challenges, and potential strategies.
New CEO Peggy Johnson focuses on healthcare, manufacturing, and the public sector with new smaller, lighter, faster, cheaper, all-day wearable Magic Leap Two.
Alliance Corporation uses Manifest AR platform to provide step-by-step maintenance procedures and repair instructions, empowering technicians to complete their jobs more efficiently and accurately.
Taqtile’s technology was being used by technicians upgrading T-Mobile’s own network. Similar technology is being employed in the energy industry to inspect turbines and pipework in power stations
There is great potential for 5G to usher in significant near-term business impacts in the enterprise, and augmented reality (AR) applications will be the poster child that demonstrates the value of 5G.
Johnson is getting ready to launch the Magic Leap Two device later this year. She said it will be about half the size of Magic Leap One, 20 % lighter, and have three- to four-times the processing power.
The Department of Defense (DoD) must maintain a high level of training and readiness both in garrison and in the field. One way to help maintain such readiness is by leveraging augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) training technologies.
Taqtile said its plans to use its Manifest AR platform to test the security and resilience of 5G networks and the advanced capabilities of AR and virtual reality.
As AR-driven spatial computing makes its way into industrial workplace settings through real-time step-by-step instructions and remote mentoring, even the most complex and intricate tasks will no longer require extensive experience to manage and complete them effectively.