At AT&T’s Business Summit we gave an augmented reality demonstration, working with Taqtile, and showed how to perform maintenance on an aircraft landing gear.
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Mixed reality enhances our ability to create, learn, and collaborate in the workplace. Among frontline workers, spatial computing provides insights that surpass the abilities of a 2D screen or other traditional viewing methods.
Taqtile’s products enable companies to use virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to visualize processes on top of real-world equipment, enabling greater flexibility and speed in training and maintenance.
From product design and manufacturing to equipment training and maintenance, and all the way through to the customer experience, companies in the industrial sector are leveraging AR and VR throughout the product lifecycle.
The MSUS Awards complement the global Microsoft Partner of the Year award program and focus on US-specific partner impact.
Microsoft HoloLens is a mixed reality technology that enables employees to work more effectively, for example by overlaying digital images and instructions on top of real-world objects.
Following a system failure at King County’s West Point Treatment Plant in Washington, US, which saw wastewater flow into Puget Sound, King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division sought help from Microsoft partner Taqtile.
Taqtile has been selected for the Magic Leap Independent Creator Program designed to provide independent developers and creators with the financial, development and marketing support necessary to develop world-class experiences on the Magic Leap platform.
King County has been recognized for using Microsoft’s HoloLens mixed reality device to train operators at a wastewater treatment plant.
King County Information Technology has been named to the 2019 Digital Edge 50 Awards for its work with mixed reality goggles to train operators at the West Point Treatment Plant.