As machinery and equipment become more complex and sophisticated, organizations are realizing how the right knowledge and tools can help workforces tackle knowledge loss, decreased productivity, reduced efficiency and more.
In this engaging conversation, we’ll discuss how leading worldwide provider of equipment and components used in oil and gas drilling and production, oilfield services, and supply chain integration services, NOV, has successfully integrated AR and wearables to power their workforce of the future.
One pillar of NOV’s vision is that customers see no surprises during operations. This means their customers can count on their equipment to perform better than anything else providing the greatest amount of uptime.
To provide a faster solution for their customers, NOV pioneered a custom branded application, TrackerVision. TrackerVision is backed by Librestream’s augmented reality service platform, Onsight, and is used the RealWear HMT-1 wearable. The solution connects in-field service technicians with experts via video/audio streaming, allowing offsite experts to view events as they are happening and address them in real-time. With TrackerVision, the engineering teams can collaborate with each other in real-time and use augmented tools such as telestration to draw on the screen to identify areas of interest.
Join NOV, Librestream, and Realwear for an engaging conversation about NOV’s integration of TrackerVision into their industrial operations, use cases, the benefits they’ve realized, challenges, advice to others, and more.