The 5G Open Innovation Lab (5G OI Lab), a global ecosystem of developers, start-ups, enterprises, academia, and government institutions, announced today the opening of its lab and launch of its inaugural program.
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Manifest is an end-to-end spatial computing solution delivering digital transformation and productivity to frontline employees enabling the capture and sharing of knowledge in a simple, consistent, and scalable manner.
Taqtile announces its joint offering with Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), a provider of engineering solutions that deliver lasting results for private industry, public entities, government organizations, and the military.
Taqtile has seen significant growth in military interest in its Manifest mixed reality (MR) software, and is planning to adopt machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) into the offering in the coming years, the company told Jane's .
In the quest to become smart manufacturers, frontline workers are often the final frontier. It may finally be time to provide them with the digital tools they need.
Vodafone Spain has made significant strides in February 2020 with the development of 5G services. Vodafone used the 5GSA network to trial an augmented reality ‘assisted worker’ application Manifest.
There’s a growing problem affecting multiple industries. Experienced workers are retiring at an alarming rate, while equipment, plants, and infrastructure are increasing in complexity and sophistication.
Mixed reality is in its early stages, leaving primary use cases to historically be reserved for gaming. However, a shift began in 2019: Nearly 90% of businesses said they were exploring, piloting or deploying mixed reality,
Along with the $3 million investment round led by Broadmark Capital, Taqtile has joined Magic Leap’s enterprise partner program.
Taqtile’s Manifest software solution for workforce enablement for their enterprise customers is now available on Magic Leap’s spatial computing platform.
Seattle augmented reality startup Taqtile raised $3 million in a round led by Broadmark Capital and its affiliated entities, along with additional investors.