This is a joint presentation by KONE and Tampere University. KONE provides its customers with elevators, escalators and innovative solutions for modernization and maintenance, and is one of the global leaders in its industry. Tampere University is one of the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland.
In this talk we share our experiences and good practices for industry-academia collaboration gathered during a co-creation project for a VR environment. We co-created a collaborative VR environment and tools to support maintenance method development and related technical documentation creation as part of the product development process. The development was done in close industry-academia collaboration using an agile approach. Our talk aims at inspiring other industrial companies and giving insight for XR companies and academic actors.
At SQUARS, we strongly believe that the future of AR is on the web. Our vision is to empower everyone to easily create, share, and experience their own AR content with cutting-edge WebAR technology. Join our discussion on how we at SQUARS are nurturing an environment in which individuals, professionals, and enterprises can reach their full potential and strengthen their business with AR-enriched content.
From smart factories to digital supply chains and connected work – Industry 4.0 processes rely on Intelligent Technologies to run better. Together, TeamViewer and SAP are driving innovation and help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation in the industrial space and build resilient supply chains. AR solutions close the loop where manual work becomes inevitable, supplying frontline workers with digital tools and real-time data to get the job done efficiently, for use cases like for logistics, assembly, quality assurance, inspections, maintenance, and field service. Learn how you can optimize processes along the entire value chain by putting the human factor at the center of digitization by relying on seamlessly integrated systems and new technology.
HaptX, Inc. was founded in 2012 with a compelling, if audacious, vision: develop a system capable of providing accurate physical inputs (touch, force, temperature) across an entire user’s body to a degree that the virtual world becomes indistinguishable from the physical world. This system is both an engineering and business challenge, as it requires a commitment to a long-term development roadmap that delivers desirable products along the way. This presentation will cover some of the highlights and pitfalls of the journey to bring such a system to market through a laser focus on enterprise customers. Enterprise customers have been impactful early adopters, because their use cases are so clear; listening closely to their needs has created a durable partnership that benefits the entire industry. Developing haptic technologies that are enterprise-grade is a challenge that HaptX has been working on for a decade now. Yes, it is hard to start a hardware-based startup company. But the best is yet to come and is tantalizingly close.
First introduced in 2011, the Epson Moverio Smart Glasses range is the result of Epson’s expertise in
projection technology (the N°1 global projector manufacturer for more than 20 years) and more
than a decade of experience driving the deployment of smart glasses into key vertical markets.
Using augmented reality (AR) powered by Epson’s unique Si-OLED microdisplay technology, Moverio
Smart Glasses are delivering real benefits to a range of industries through a broad range of use
cases: from expanding virtual work life possibilities and creating innovative and inclusive visitor
experience, to transforming industrial maintenance & training though remote assistance and
Whether you are an enterprise end user, software development company, or system integrator,
there is an opportunity for you to benefit from Epson’s smart glasses unique capabilities.
Join us to learn more about our technology and how it can benefit your company and business
In December 2021, Wilkins Avenue AR and leading fragrance company Maison Berger Paris showcased the first-ever Augmented Live Shopping experience. Reinventing retail-tainment, Augmented Live Shopping makes branded live streams more fun, immersive and spectacular. Wilkins Avenue AR's proprietary tech adds AR avatars and 3D animations to traditional live streams on Instagram and other social platforms. The experience resulted in unparalleled engagement and conversion results, which will be presented by Guillaume Rolland, Head of Innovation at Maison Berger Paris, and Thibault Mathieu, CEO of Wilkins Avenue AR.