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ITC Infotech, a global service provider of technology solutions, announced in a press release (May 22 2017) that they will collaborate with AREA member PTC and Oracle to provide an Augmented Reality solution for Connected Service. Read More
Augmented Reality (AR) has practical applications in Healthcare. A recent article by HITinfrastucture.com states that AR allows users to build a virtual environment such as an operating room, surgical site, patient anatomy, or therapeutic simulation. Read More
The start-up behind PoindextAr, Gravity Jack, is using technology that tracks the position of real-life objects down to a fraction of an inch of how they appear before you. In an article by psfk.com, manufacturing uses Augmented Reality for many practical reasons and this new technology Read More
While digital transformation has disrupted almost every type of business, the real estate industry has been traditionally slow to move with the times, until now, according to an article on Enterprise Innovation. The article draws upon comments from the recent Asia Pacific Leadership Sym Read More
In an opinion piece this week by Zdnet.com, Augmented Reality is discussed. The premise of the article is that all technology organizations in the Enterprise must start learning about Augmented Reality. Read More
The Augmented World Expo (AWE) will take place this year at the Santa Clara Convention Centre in Silicon Valley from May 31 – June 2. Whether you’re able to attend or not, readers will be interested in an opinion piece by Charlie Fink in Forbes Read More
An article on CIO Dive offers a perspective on Intel’s upgrade to its enterprise smart glasses. Intel has announced it is upgrading its smart glasses to allow workers to access information and data in real time whether they are at headquarters or in the field Read More