AR for Industry Gaining Attention Around The Web
An increasing number of articles are starting to give Augmented Reality more popularity around the internet recently, which in part is down to the buzz surrounding the AR Global requirements workshop held in Chicago in March this year.
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Fitbit Wearablesin NHS-
News has emerged this week about Fitbit being in talks with the NHS about wearables. Fitbit Co-founder and Chief Executive James Park, has spoken to the Sunday Times, said talks had taken place with executives in the health service but no firm plans had been agreed.
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Is AR for industrial workers about to take off (2)
In an article this week by biz tech magazine, AR technology is increasingly being targeted at the energy and utilities market, as well as manufacturing and other industrial use cases.
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Reaction to AREA AR Guidelines
A recent article on BizTechMagazine.com links AREA and DMDII AR Global requirements and asks whether AR for Industrial workers is about to take off.
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Proximie Lets Doctors Collaborate on Remote Surgery
A London-based surgeon Nadine Haram and founder of Proximie, a developer of Augmented Reality tools for surgery has started to apply Augmented Reality in the workplace.
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AREA Members Boeing and Upskill Come Together in New Project
AREA Member Boeing recently announced their plans to launch a new venture capital arm called the HorizonX. This new project will invest in two start-ups: Upskill and Zunum Aero
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Augmentarium Introduce AR to help Operating Room Doctors
Researchers from the University of Maryland’s Augmentarium, after recently having a new lab built, have introduced their new Augmented Reality Technology.
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NEW MEMBERS JOINTHE AREA
PTC and Flatirons Solutions to Help Drive Global Enterprise Augmented Reality Ecosystem and Best Practices
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