With augmented reality as the typical interface, spatial computing enables more seamless interactions between people, products, processes, and physical spaces.
Optimize the complex workings of an environment by gaining a complete picture of movements within a space in real time or over a period of time.
With spatial technology, machines and automation have greater awareness of their dynamic environment
Understand how a physical space is being used to improve utilization, efficiency, and safety.
See how a real-time immersive experience is enabled by spatial tracking, spatial video, collaborations, and voice support.
Explore how human interactions can be optimized and assisted with spatial capabilities. In this video, spatial technology assists a worker in programming an robotic arm, delivered through an augmented reality user interface.
Spatial computing expands the vision of Internet of Things (IoT) for industrial companies. With IoT sensors and connected operations, industrial environments have been able to create and leverage vast amounts of data to maximize revenue, reduce cost, and improve quality over the past decade. However, traditional IIoT does not account for its surroundings. That’s where spatial computing comes into play, as it can put digital information in real-world context. In other words, it adds knowledge of relative location, i.e., location with respect to other locations, to expand the concept of "traditional" computing.
Spatial computing is primarily used to converge the physical and digital worlds. It uses many technologies to merge digital information into spatial context.