Arvizio announces AI-powered visual inspection for its AR Instructor platform

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October 5, 2023 – Arvizio, a provider of augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) visualization and instructional technology for the enterprise, has recently unveiled an AI-driven enhancement to its AR Instructor platform. The new feature set applies artificial intelligence to Arvizio’s visual inspection technology in order to verify and validate that work instructions have been correctly performed. 

Arvizio stated that these latest AI-based visual inspection capabilities will enable operations and field service leaders to create immersive training sessions while automatically detecting and highlighting discrepancies, ensuring flawless execution of important tasks.  

Alex Berlin, President and CEO of Arvizio, commented: “The integration of AI-driven visual inspection recognition and anomaly detection is a game-changer. Our AR Instructor was already an invaluable tool for enterprises, but with this addition, we’re ensuring that training and operations are not just immersive but also accurate and improve quality assurance.”

Some of the key features of Arvizio’s AR Instructor AI-based visual inspection include:

  • Cloud Service: Utilizes AI for image training and real-time inference to detect visual anomalies and defects by comparing them with trained data sets.
  • AR-Powered Data Capture: Extends the AR Instructor application to capture and label images for data set training, using augmented reality to guide the image capture process.
  • Automatic Anomaly Detection: Identifies and highlights visual anomalies automatically, ensuring that trainees and operators are promptly alerted to any deviations from the standard.
  • Seamless Integration: Integrates seamlessly with existing AR Instructor features such as step-by-step instruction and no-code authoring, providing a comprehensive AR experience.

The company added that these new AI enhancements are aimed at addressing the current workforce skills gap faced by enterprises. With the enhanced AR Instructor, Arvizio aims to bridge this gap by offering more precise and detail-oriented training and operational solutions. 

AR Instructor is a cross-platform solution, supporting a range of the industry’s leading AR/MR headsets and devices, including Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Magic Leap 2, as well as iPads, iPhones and Android mobile devices. Arvizio noted that it is also planning additional headset support including Quest 3, Vive XR Elite and headsets that utilize Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces platform

For more information on Arvizio and its AR Instructor solution, please visit the company’s website

Image credit: Arvizio

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