The latest edition of our bi-annual report explores how augmented reality solutions are being leveraged to reduce traking time and costs to bridge the worker skill gap. Our research finds industrial enterprises are the highest adopters of AR solutions and are seeing dramatic results in driving worker efficiency and quality, while lowering costs. The augmented reality industry report report includes actionable insights on use cases and beneficiaries, as well as detailed real-world examples.
Which industries are moving quickly to capitalize on the AR opportunity?
How is AR being applied to produce business results?
Using AR to inspect and test 3D digital prototypes, complimenting traditional prototyping.
Superimposing changes or design enhancements on top of a physical product or prototype.
Overlay in-context detailed assembly and manufacturing instructions on how to perform processes, operate machinery, or assemble parts.
Overlay in-context detailed maintenance instructions on how to repair and perform upkeep on complex machinery.
Validate production quality by comparing overlaid 3D digital CAD models to physical productions. AR also enables workers to add photos and videos to a quality assurance report.
Production facility planning using AR to overlay, change, and validate floor layout designs.
View overlaid real-time equipment KPIs in context.
Augments users experience and makes the product more engaging.
Leverage AR-enabled advertisements to create more engaging and dynamic experiences.
Augmented training materials enable a faster response and decision making and increased first-time fix rate as service technicians can rapidly access information hands-free.
Service training is more efficient, situational, and realistic than traditional training through paper manuals.
Remote expertise (i.e. AR collaboration) bridges the gap between technical experts and a lesser skilled workforce.
Overlaying in-context detailed product instructions to help improve the end customer self-service experience.
Overlaying floating arrows and simple text checklists on instructions means solving a problem.
Displays product operation information and instructions for product usage and simple repairs overlaid in context of the product.
Provides real-time access to safety alerts, maps, and other dynamic content overlaid on the user’s dashboard or line of sight.
Extend the product’s means to be controlled through an augmented user interface. The augmented interface can enable the removal of physical interfaces (i.e. button).
Overlay digital graphics and information on physical product to enhance overall customer experience.
Interactive and situational training that overlays 3D instructions for job tasks and assignments enabling hands-on and traditional training simultaneously.
Overlaying of 3D instructions on security and safety procedures to prepare employees to handle potentially life-threatening or dangerous situations.
Remote expert collaboration enables employees to access insights in real-time on specific job processes or tasks.
Enabling employees with remote expert collaboration to access insights in real-time on specific job processes or tasks.
Engineers and designers use a shared view in AR to collaboratively review and develop products
Which roles and users are enterprises focused on empowering with AR first?
When do enterprises project their AR pilots will move to production?
Which devices are AR experiences being delivered through?
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