Technology experts will highlight the impacts of AR/VR/AI/ML to industry, observations to the future, and the role of IEEE in this space.
There is growing concern that new technologies such as AI and ML could cause an avalanche of job losses across industries and replace the worker completely - but is this entirely accurate? Let us show you how you can adapt your business to work alongside new technology by transforming media panic into sensible preparations for AR in the workforce. Our experience shows that AR will undoubtedly change the workplace, but rather than a rise of the machines, our customers are experiencing significant job growth rather than job losses. This talk will shine the light on how AR enriches, rather than replaces, the workforce to enhance and create jobs. It is common fact that, AR empowers people to perform tasks more efficiently, quicker and with less errors. In times where skilled workers for offshore or repeatable tasks are rare, AR also enables enterprises to reskill and upskill new and existing employees, enabling them to perform tasks outside their area of expertise in an enjoyable and user-friendly way.
AR’s quick evolution from experimental technology to process and profit driver has resulted in a wide range of expectations from the market. Now with next-generation hardware and software catching up with AR’s true potential, the burning question on everyone's minds is "what's next?" Join Scope AR as they take you on an “AR journey” from their perspective as industry pioneers. Hear what the surprising early-stage market drivers in the space actually were and how they’ve matured to meet today’s more sophisticated use cases. Understand what today’s must-have features can deliver to enterprise workers, as well as explore some realistic expectations users should have when thinking about how to use the technology. Finally, learn about some incredible innovations that AR will enable in the next few years, further transforming how we share knowledge and interact with data while on the job.
Over the next decade, 10 million manufacturing jobs will likely be needed, yet millions are expected to go unfilled, according to a report from Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute. An exodus of retiring workers, combined with increasing product complexity and customer demand, requires manufactures to take new approaches for delivering relevant information to front-line workers. Augmented reality delivers transformative value by facilitating and improving training, knowledge transfer and the communication of critical information from retiring experts to the new and existing workforce. Please join JJ Lechleiter, VP of Product Management at PTC to discover how you can accelerate time-to-value for augmented reality in your business, alleviate the skills gap crisis and empower your workforce with the critical information they need to: · Increase productivity · Reduce scrap & rework · Elevate service quality · Improve safety & compliance. The future of factory floor and field service workforce communication will increasingly rely on augmented reality as an efficient, flexible workforce multiplier.
The building industry is going through a fast-paced technological transformation, revolutionizing design, construction, assembly, manufacturing, and maintenance, workflows. Digitalization is at the core of this process and XR technology, with its ability to merge physical and digital content, serves as a fulcrum of this integrated environment. The presentation will cover real-world use cases and future development including the potential synergy between XR, eye tracking, and brain-computer interface.
This presentation will begin with a short introduction to the Boeing Augmented Reality Kit (BARK) platform architecture. The presenter will discuss (1) its interfaces to production systems for retrieval of work instructions and configuration controlled 3D data, (2) the Services layer and automated building of 3D “jobs” for mobile devices, and (3) the front end applications running on the Microsoft HoloLens, Smartphones and Tablets. We will then cover the first four use cases and applications to airplane manufacturing – BARK Wire Install, Locator, Viewer and Part Install. Following this, we will review work now completed to move the BARK back end into the cloud, and how we incorporated requirements around Information Security, Infrastructure and Safety into the design. Finally, the presenter will discuss some architecture considerations as the platform evolves and grows to incorporate new use cases in Boeing factories, and larger groups of more diverse users.