The Future of Work in the World of Augmented Reality

The shortage of skilled workers is a well-known and understood phenomenon, but augmented reality (AR) can play an essential role in shaping the future of work. The World Economic Forum calculates that ten million manufacturing jobs cannot be filled due to a growing skills gap. The current aging workforce exacerbates that shortage. According to the United Nations, by 2050, one in four people in Europe and North America will be 65 or over. That drain where skilled workers retire leaves a vast knowledge gap in industry.
In this PTC talks, Pontus Blomberg, Connected Worker, XR Expert, discussed the future of work in the world of augmented reality. He explained that talent attraction is a significant problem and a major barrier to growth. The investment needed to train green workers takes several years to recoup, and if the workers cannot be retained, that investment is lost.

How Augmented Reality for Work Is Driving Efficiency

How Augmented Reality Adoption in Manufacturing Is Transforming Processes

How Does Augmented Reality Address Top Business Priorities?

From operational efficiency and revenue growth to upskilling and compliance, augmented reality (AR) is the tool business leaders never knew they needed to drive workforce efficiency. Read the E-book
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