An article on Computer World discusses an Augmented Reality trial that DHL Supply Chain, a logistics company, is testing with an Australian client to evaluate the benefits of AR in warehouse operations.
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The AREA explains how Augmented Reality (AR) can provide additional value to IoT data serving as a visualization tool on the shop floor. Operators can achieve better results in less time in a number of use cases by using AR devices to consume up-to-date contextually relevant information.
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Industrial Technologies 2016 is a three-day networking event for new production applications, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnologies and information technologies in Europe. The conference and exhibition bring together over a thousand international delegates from companies, government
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Augmented Reality's integration into future engineering and manufacturing processes is described in a recent report entitled "Engineering and Manufacturing +2025: Building the World" published by DHL's Trend Research Group.
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OPS Solutions, Augmented Reality technology provider and integrator of Light Guide Systems, is prominently featured in a post written by Sarah Webster, the editor in chief of the Manufacturing Engineering web site, to promote the maturity of Industry 4.0
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Big Data
Data is the glue that connects customers, products and departments—the living tissues—of an enterprise. Without data and new methods of producing, collecting, storing and using life-giving data, companies and markets shut down. And, for the past decade we’ve been hearing how some
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Chalmers Research Institute has announced the opening of its Smart Industry lab on the Chalmers Campus Lindholmen, Sweden. Augmented Reality is one of the three pillars of Industry 4.0 technologies on which the institute's scientists and engineers will be focusing
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Contrary to what many people believe, the aeronautical industry is today heavily reliant on the human factor. Craftsmanship prevails in a process that produces large machines—namely aircraft—containing thousands of parts and involving disparate tasks that converge on the manufacturing
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