Market leaders deliver what I call Right-time Experiences that provide the right information, at the right moment, to their employees and customers. These experiences work across a wide range of devices and adapt to these devices. We’ve seen the first wave of this as companies mobile-enable workflows.
Last year, most organizations I spoke with considered augmented and virtual reality as a set of consumer gaming technologies. Today, this has changed as companies search for new ways to make data accessible and easier to understand and implement AR VR in business. Augmented reality superimposes computer-generated images and overlays information on a user’s real-world view.
If you want to know more about how AR VR transform the way you work, you should read this article. Increasingly companies are investigating and virtual reality to deliver these new workplace experiences, such as improving collaboration or making hands-free data access easier. Typical examples of these work experiences include training, design, and field service. Trials and implementations of AR VR technology aren’t limited to specific industries. Augmented and virtual reality offers benefits across many types of organizations and roles such as viewing digital dashboards for knowledge workers or providing a digital overlay that displays equipment health to a factory manager.
If you are a business owner or a business development manager and look for an opportunity to implement AR VR in business – do not hesitate to contact us and we will be glad to provide you with the best product!
Major businesses all over the world from KLM and Ford to Verizon and Wallmart are generously investing in VR training. Does it really reduce costs? And is there any proof of efficiency? The answer is yes. And now you’ll learn why.
Our CEO Daria Fedko started a new media activity called #CEOtalk. In these columns, Daria will explore and discuss the most interesting and controversial topics from the world of XR business. This week we’re gonna talk about Hololens’ military contract and it’s consequences for the industry.