Many companies in the aerospace industry are studying how their counterparts in the military and automotive industries have used Augmented Reality. Some are leading with projects to deploy AR to improve their workplace performance and safety, as well as workforce productivity. In parallel, national and international agencies in aerospace, such as the European Space Agency (ESA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), are running their own pilots and studies to achieve their goals more safely and cost effectively.
The AR for Enterprise Alliance is the only global non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to widespread adoption of interoperable AR-enabled enterprise systems. Whether you are getting started with enterprise Augmented Reality or a widely recognized expert in the field, you can benefit from and contribute to the AR for Enterprise Alliance.
Selecting the best use cases for enterprise Augmented Reality introduction is arguably one of the most important steps that project managers will perform when exploring the technology’s potential to impact workplace performance. Finding a use case that is sufficiently narrow to be well defined while also broad enough to be applicable to multiple important business processes across an organization requires careful analysis. Use case selection should also take into account the stakeholders, their budgets, their power to influence corporate decision makers and their experience with emerging technology introduction.
Similarly to mobile technology introductions, implementing enterprise Augmented Reality technologies must be planned. Sound Augmented Reality project planning takes into account potential benefits and risks to existing IT, human and business systems. Potential benefits of Augmented Reality are addressed in many places, including previous AREA webinars. This unique webinar will examine risk factors frequently encountered with enterprise AR deployments.
EPRI is looking at new ways, such as wearable technologies, to make it faster and easier for power plant workers to collect important data and then use software, such as EPRI’s PM Basis Database (PMBD) and Fleet-Wide Prognostic and Health Management Suite (FW-PHM), via a Common Information Model (CIM) to improve operations and maintenance. Helmet provided by Daqri, LLC.
Lee Company is introducing INSIGHT. The industry-leading platform including smart safety glasses, GPS, geo-fencing, TechLink field mobility tools and our Digital Sound Technology (DST). DST provides ultrasound diagnostics that deliver invaluable “Insight” for trouble shooting, scheduled maintenance and predictive maintenance.