5G devices and network coverage will create a tipping point for an enterprise cellular market that will become as ubiquitous as Wi-Fi is today. And AR will be the poster child for 5G’s benefits.
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3D Media, a leading developer of custom virtual and augmented reality solutions for manufacturing, military, and industrial applications, has developed a new tool to capture and process operating procedure data.
We have troubleshooters today for simple tech problems, but soon AIs will be troubleshooting complex industrial problems that currently need highly educated and experienced people.
Taqtile announces it has been awarded a U.S. Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 contract. The SBIR award provides the opportunity for the Army to evaluate Taqtile's Manifest® AR (augmented reality) platform in use by motor-pool personnel.
In this podcast episode for Manufacturing Tomorrow’s Workforce, Amanda Del Buono interviews Dirck Schou, CEO of Taqtile, about the use of augmented and virtual reality for training in the manufacturing industry.
New Real-Time Remote Assistance Functionality Allows Remote Experts to Interact within Frontline Workers' Onsite Experience
Improving organisational proficiency of maintenance teams is paramount. If training, job instructions, and maintenance assistance can be improved with augmented reality (AR), there is a strong case for deploying the technology.
Driven by the worldwide COVID pandemic, the oil and gas industry is challenged to plan and operate with new procedures and approaches to keep its employees healthy.
After 13 weeks of development, testing, and collaboration with 5G industry leaders, Taqtile is one of 14 members of the 5G Open Innovation Lab’s (5G OI Lab) first-ever graduating class.