Upskill Empowers Today’s Connected Worker with More Experiences Across More Devices

Upskilla leader in enterprise augmented reality (AR) software, announced on February 20 2019 that its Skylight AR platform is expanding to bring the complete Skylight feature set to Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, complementing its existing support for smart glasses and Microsoft HoloLens. This latest release of Skylight further accelerates customers’ digital transformation by bringing the Skylight experience to every hands-on worker across the entire enterprise, with the right device and user experience best suited for the specific task at hand.

With Skylight’s comprehensive support for devices, hands-on workers can now seamlessly access helpful information for their tasks, collaborate with others through live video and capture insights as they work on any device. Hands-on workers can also seamlessly transition between devices, starting the day on a smartphone to review work orders and continuing on smart glasses when tasks require keeping their hands free.

Businesses running Skylight now have maximum flexibility to deploy a range of devices optimized for each hands-on task with one centralized platform connected to their enterprise systems. With this, they are better able to secure the access of information flowing to and from every worker and further scale across their entire operations.

“Upskill’s mission is to empower every hands-on worker to be successful. That’s why we believe it’s critical to bring the digital enterprise all the way to the hands-on workforce, with the right information available to them at the right time with minimal disruptions,” said Brian Ballard, Upskill CEO and co-founder. “With the latest enhancements to Skylight, it makes critical data, peer collaboration and the unique fidelity provided by augmented reality even more accessible. Skylight accelerates organizations along their digital transformation journey, regardless of where they are today.”

Read their full press release here.

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