Faster Maintenance in the Factory of the Future by Augmented Reality

Maintenance of Custom Automated machines in modern factories pose a challenge of their own.

I recently read about interesting soon to be available technology in the MIT Tech Review.

It is an Augmented-Reality head set developed at Columbia University as an aid to maintenance

I can see a lot of potential here and an opportunity not only for users but for procedure developers.

Increasing Utilization is improving the bottom line for Manufacturing



set developed at Columbia University shows virtual arrows, text labels, and warnings, depending on where the user is looking.An augmented-reality headset developed at Columbia University shows virtual arrows, text labels, and warnings, depending on where the user is looking.An augmented-reality headset developed at Columbia University shows virtual arrows, text labels, and warnings, depending on where the user is looking.

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