Join the Conversation on Twitter #AR4Enterprise

Date of Event:

May 18 2016



Overview of event

When: Wednesday May 18 2016

  • 9:00 to 10:00 AM Pacific
  • 12:00 to 1:00 PM Eastern
  • 5:00 to 6:00 PM UK
  • 6:00 to 7:00 PM CET

What: Twitter chat will focus on the enterprise AR sessions at Augmented World Expo.

The AREA is curating all relevant submissions and will manage and chair the AWE 2016 Enterprise AR track.

Who’s Leading, Participating and Invited?

The host of the chat will be announced by May 6.  Facilitation by the AREA (with Rachel Sutcliffe using @theAREAorg), with support from AREA Executive Director, Christine Perey (using @cperey).

All AREA speakers and the non-AREA members in the track sessions are invited to participate using their own Twitter handles.  All members of the public interested in learning about enterprise Augmented Reality are warmly invited to read or join in.

How to Join the Conversation

Using the hashtag #AR4Enterprise we will be putting our key questions up (see below) and anyone can tweet their opinions and experiences. Remember every time you tweet, include the hashtag #AR4Enterprise and a letter/number combination at the beginning (A1 if you are sharing opinions about Q1, A2 if answering about Q2, etc).

Topics we’ll discuss

Ahead of AWE on June 1-2, topics and questions for the Twitter Chat will match the enterprise AR track sessions.

Q1 What are your goals for attending AWE?
Sharing thoughts and focusing on what you hope to get from attendance.

Q2 Guidelines for choosing the best use case:
What advice and guidelines do experts offer on how enterprises choose the best use case for AR introduction?
Is it important to have an entire process be “AR ready” for the first pilot project tests, or can partial procedures be helpful?

Q3 Preparing content and the real world for best AR experience design/delivery:
How should enterprises create trackable files?
What are the best types of content to include in your AR experiences?
If you have 3D CAD models, how do you prepare those for mobile AR?
Is depth sensing helpful for real world experience delivery?
What are commercial AR authoring and publishing platforms?

Q4 Best practices and guidelines when introducing AR wearables in enterprise:
What are the wearable AR device selection criteria?
How do you set expectations for the first AR wearables project in your enterprise?
What are the metrics for assessing the success of wearable introduction?
How do you manage security and updates for wearables?

Q5 Using AR as the interface for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): 
What protocols do IIoT and AR devices use to communicate?
How does the AR experience show real time data to the user?
How can the user alter the real world through their AR interface?

We look forward to you joining us on this Twitter chat!

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