Augmented Reality leverages the latest innovations in mobile technology, big data analytics and the internet to offer new communication channels for enterprises. Corporations of all sizes and in many industries will soon be able to tap the potential of these rapidly expanding and converging fields and communication channels to visualize data and instructions overlaying digital assets in the real world in real time.
The value of visualizing information in this manner offers many benefits.
The AR for Enterprise Alliance provides organizations with the support they need to assess, plan and manage their enterprise Augmented Reality projects.
Augmented Reality has been the subject of scientific and engineering research for decades but has only recently been brought to the attention of wider audiences. As the concept is broad, it is easily confused with other new and emerging technologies with which it shares attributes. Read More
Have you asked any IT professionals or business managers what they’re doing with Augmented Reality? A small fraction can share how they’ve considered using AR for improving their workplace processes, but most inquiries about how companies are using AR begin with a blank stare and end Read More
Organizations seeking to increase their efficiency by means of AR can begin today with little or very low risk. Many of the essential ingredients for success are already in place and additional tools are available at comparatively low cost. It is helpful to think of AR as being a Read More
Establishing a relationship that ends in a successfully implemented enterprise AR project can require significant investment of time and resources. Many providers are asked to prepare prototypes and to present to senior management more than once. In this process, the provider must use Read More
When enterprises prepare to solicit supplier bids for enterprise AR, it is helpful to have a staff person with expertise in technology supplier management involved. In addition to the components of a standard technology purchasing process, those enterprise professionals seeking to Read More
The AR for Enterprise Alliance focuses on the professional, enterprise AR users, along with all the components necessary to successfully add value to corporations and industries through the successful introduction and widespread adoption of AR-assisted enterprise solutions. Read More
It is unclear how and where the business ecosystem framework can be applied as suggested in 2004 by Marco Iansiti and Roy Levien, faculty at Harvard Business School and colleagues of Moore’s, and co-authors of a subsequent treatise entitled The Keystone Advantage: What the New Dynamics Read More
In his book The Death of Competition: Leadership and Strategy in the Age of Business Ecosystems (Harper Business, 1996), James Moore first applied the model of a biological ecosystem to business when he defined a "business ecosystem" Read More