Taqtile partners with CMTA to provide its Augmented Reality training and upskilling platform to manufacturers

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March 12, 2021 –The California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA) has recently announced the addition of Taqtile as a new technology partner. By joining CMTA, Taqtile will offer access to its interactive augmented reality (AR) training and upskilling platform, Manifest, enabling member organizations to harness its knowledge capture, interactive work instruction, and over-the-shoulder support capabilities. 

Taqtile stated that through the partnership, California’s next-generation manufacturing plants will have access to education programs that will enable them to incorporate the company’s enterprise expertise into day-to-day operations. Opportunities for CMTA members to learn about Manifest will be offered by the association over the coming months. Insights on leveraging AR to access the expertise of knowledgeable frontline personnel, including step-by-step maintenance procedures and repair instructions, can help manufacturers and their frontline staff to improve efficiencies, accuracy and productivity, according to Taqtile.

“Innovative partners like Taqtile help us deliver state-of-the-art technologies that will tangibly benefit emerging and fast-paced manufacturing processes,” said CMTA President, Lance Hastings. “Bringing solutions like Manifest to our members allows us to ensure we’re fulfilling our mission of helping California’s manufacturers grow and remain competitive globally. We owe it to our membership and the more than 1.2 million California manufacturing workers to provide access to emerging technologies that empower them in their jobs and create better efficiencies across their organizations.”

Commenting on the partnership, Taqtile co-founder and CEO, Dirck Schou, said: “CMTA is providing world-class support for California’s manufacturers and introducing cutting-edge technologies that will help these companies increase their competitiveness.” He added, “The intuitive Manifest platform delivers to organizations the ability to leverage the expertise of their most knowledgeable employees, empowering frontline personnel to perform complex tasks more safely, efficiently, and accurately. We anticipate that a significant number of CMTA members will explore Manifest and apply it to their long-term advantage.”

For more information on Taqtile and its Manifest augmented reality training platform, please visit the company’s website.

Image credit: Taqtile

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