and Hololight partner to deliver AR, VR and digital twin technology to manufacturers

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May 16, 2024 –, a provider of augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) solutions for training and operational support, and Hololight, a specialist in XR streaming solutions for industrial enterprises, have this week announced a strategic partnership aimed at transforming the enterprise XR market for training and operational support.

Through a combination of frontline’s interactive 3D virtual training and remote AR support and Hololight’s ‘Hololight Hub’ enterprise XR streaming platform, the companies hope to create an offering that delivers AR, VR and digital twin technology to global machine hardware manufacturers.

XR streaming as a tool to reduce operational burden

According to Hololight, operations are hampered by heavy reliance on experts, long training times, and poor update/feedback processes. The company even cited “low millennial engagement” along with high travel costs as additional factors to consider when it comes to operational burden. helps to improve operational efficiency through its suite of immersive training and support software tools, with the company’s SaaS platform aimed at simplifying training and support, improving productivity and reducing costs.

What will the partnership offer users?

By leveraging the Hololight Hub infrastructure, users will benefit from a centralized XR streaming platform that simplifies the distribution and management of AR and VR applications. The integration will provide seamless access to’s tools, enabling interactive training and support across multiple devices.

For manufacturers, this means they will be able to equip their teams with, saving time and money with interactive 3D virtual training, augmented reality remote support and real-time analytics. 

“ is an exceptional solution that addresses the key challenges manufacturing companies face in their field operations. By leveraging our breakthrough XR streaming technology and robust management platform, Hololight Hub, together we are setting a new standard for how AR and VR can improve operational efficiency and learning experiences,” said Helmut Gulde, Chief Corporate Development Officer at Hololight.

Florian Haspinger, CEO of Hololight, added: “By combining our strengths, we are not only expanding the capabilities of AR, VR and digital twin technologies, but also ensuring that these innovations are scalable, efficient and secure for enterprises around the world.”

To learn more about and its AR/VR training and support solutions, click here. To learn more about Hololight and its XR streaming solution, click here.

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Sam Sprigg

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