In the past, numerous use cases have been piloted to demonstrate the potential of XR for business applications. An example of this is the VR product configurator, in which customers can already experience products virtually in order to make a purchase decision. Such applications are usually associated with a large hardware investment and built statically. But how do the future services reach the mobile customer? Which business models are promising and what are the requirements for a successful rollout? We want to discuss these aspects in the panel with the experts from the different areas and thereby shed light on the way from service to customer.
Ori Inbar, Co-founder and Executive Director of AWE and Super Ventures will kick off the 4th AWE EU with a special welcome address and his annual state of the industry. For 50 years, computing has been a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional world. Now, tech giants and thousands of startups who are seeking growth opportunities beyond mobile have set spatial computing on a trajectory for exponential growth. Most large corporations are adopting spatial computing to improve their businesses driven by strong evidence it delivers measurable ROI, and consumers begin to appreciate the radical benefits of this technology which could signal the next dimension of humanity. In 2019, everyone must enter the next dimension to understand the impact it’s bound to have on their lives and businesses.