Virtual Reality is changing the way how Manufacturing companies do their daily job.
New technologies like AR, VR and MR have reached the manufacturing space and are shaking things up. Across the whole, manufacturing industry companies are starting to use these technologies on a wider scale and experiencing the benefits of it. These new technologies can change the manufacturing industry significantly by optimizing factory lay-outs, improve workforce safety and cut down on costs.
AR, VR and MR can also be used to increase your internal efficiency. Traditional manufacturers often have expensive machines they use to product their products. A big chunk of the operational costs are related to the preventative and reactive maintenance for the production lines. By using AR, VR and MR gives maintenance engineers to tools they need to resolve problems as soon as possible. Combining this with IoT and Machine learning, expertise in this mix of technologies allow engineers to resolve an issue before it occurs.
Virtually simulated plants or machines are also available for employee trainings. This is especially valuable for trainings on plant and machine maintenance and operation. Thus, it is possible to do trainings even before the actual start of production. Equipped with VR glasses, the employees are not only able to observe the processes in the virtual space of the plant. They can actively engage in it, as all virtual buttons of an automation system or control panel in the spatial simulation can be operated. According to this virtual operation, the mode of operation of the plant changes.
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Dura Vermeer imports 3D BIM model into Microsoft HoloLens to build virtually.
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Creating a Virtual Reality experience in order to visualize their plans in a more interactive and immersive way.
Recreate has developed an application in which EuroParcs can show investors at a trade fair their to-be-built resorts in 3D.
ITS FusionCameras can be managed hands-free with the use of a Virtual Reality eye-tracking application.
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A single company is not able to keep up with the innovation pace of the world. If you, as a company stand still for too long, the competition will take over your market. In order to innovate and stay ahead of competition, you need to work together.
Empower technicians to collaborate more efficiently by working together from different locations with Dynamics 365 Remote Assist on HoloLens, Android, or iOS devices.
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Proud to be one of the speakers during the "VSK". The event for the installation branch is from 4 till 7 February, at Jaarbeurs in Utrecht.
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Both the labour market in industry in general and in the installation sector in particular are under pressure. The markets are recovering and both have a shortage of professionals to carry out all the projects that companies are faced with.