In Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality News
March 8, 2023 – Arvizio, a provider of augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) for the enterprise, has recently demonstrated its no-code ‘AR Instructor’ solution for digitally-assisted training and upskilling instruction.
As more organizations start to embrace mixed reality to enhance and improve their training programs and knowledge transfer initiatives, tools such as step-by-step work instructions with interactive, visual cues that are projected directly onto work surfaces can help to guide workers and direct their attention to the relevant aspects of complex tasks one step at a time.
AR Instructor provides companies with the tools needed to train and guide personnel and enhance the productivity of physical work, helping to improve focus, reduce errors and time spent completing tasks, and improve knowledge retention.
Users can quickly connect with remote experts to see an on-site worker’s physical world in real-time and collaborate via a web browser. Other features of the platform include 3D model animation, computer vision alignment, offline mode and workflow sharing. In addition, users have the option of overlaying instructions on top of physical equipment, or training with a digital twin.
On top of this, the platform allows organizations to create instructional content in the form of step-by-step procedures or training guides thanks to its no-code authoring tools, combined with the seamless integration of 3D models, videos, documents, and images. As a result, AR Instructor enables workers to utilize crucial visual prompts, including product orientation and spatial context, while performing complex tasks to work and train more accurately, and with greater understanding than following solely text or video-based instructions.
A cross-platform solution, AR Instructor already supports a range of leading AR headsets and devices, including Microsoft HoloLens 2 and Magic Leap 2, as well as iPads, iPhones and Android mobile devices. Arvizio also recently demonstrated its solution on Lenovo’s A3 smart glasses and Qualcomm Snapdragon Spaces. The company stated that providing a cross platform solution is essential as new mixed reality headsets will continue to enter the market with smaller form factors and lower price points, providing customers with more options for introducing digital training programs.
Arvizio stated that customers using its solutions include companies operating in the Energy, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Telecommunications, Industrial Robotics, Aerospace and Defense sectors, with clients utilizing a combination of mixed reality headsets in conjunction with AR Instructor for enhanced digital and interactive solutions for onboarding, training, and upskilling employees.
For more information on Arvizio and its AR Instructor platform, please visit the company’s website.
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