New Equipment Digest recently featured a young manufacturing worker wearing a RealWear HMT-1 headset on its cover posing the question: “Is this manufacturing’s iPhone moment?” RealWear’s HMT-1 was called the “crowning achievement.” But why? This essential AWE keynote by RealWear’s Co-Founder, President and Chief Product Officer Sanjay Jhawar cuts through the noise and lays out how RealWear has emerged as the unexpected speaker of truth for augmented reality in the harshest environments. Two years later from its inception, RealWear is now the most deployed industrial wearable device globally. In this talk, Jhawar will reveal how customers have crossed the chasm enabling thousands of enterprise companies to break free from “pilot purgatory” to achieve successful global deployment, empowering all workers to increase productivity and safety. Jhawar will go deeper than ever sharing new case studies in oil and gas, utilities, automotive, and manufacturing industries to move the industry forward together.
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.
With the emergence of wearable tech and augmented reality, historically disconnected frontline workers can now be connected into the digital fabric of the business and their activities captured in real time. With the inherently noisy signal that characterizes human activities, Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers the solution to converting this from digital clutter to insights into the largest areas of opportunity in productivity, quality, training, and operations. The outcomes will surprise you.
MAXST, a persistent challenger, is proudly specialized in Augmented Reality working with prominent Korean enterprises, such as Hyundai, Samsung Display, Samsung Electronics, and KT. MAXST’s cloud-based AR platform pursues innovation in terms of AR development tools, AR production costs, and profitability. We also believe Visual SLAM is critical basis for Future AR. We will reveal our stories and insight to the immersive world of today and tomorrow.
Recently we’ve been hearing a lot of buzz around developments, prospects and also failures in AR and MR. The real questions that need to be addressed are how these successes are measured, what are the reasons for failure and who is taking into account what the user really wants and needs? So, what’s next? A new chapter in human-machine-interaction. We are moving from a nearly imperceptible interface to an interface you actually won’t be conscious about. We are going beyond interface interaction. The big question with interfaces is: You are offered nearly unlimited data to augment your reality or to mix with your reality, but how do you let the machine know which data you want? When you are offered choices, how do you select one? From the early joy stick, we’ve come to state-of-the-art data selection such as the blinking eye. But what’s the next method of data selection? How will we make choices in the future? We will give you the answers at AWE 2019.
The partnership between XpertEye and Proceedix offers a best-in-class solution to empower smart operators and technicians. The combination leverages both mobile technology and smart glasses for remote assistance and instruction and inspection execution.
Smart devices don't offer enough computing and graphics power to enable high-quality AR experiences and the AR community invests time and money in the polygon reduction and optimization of 3D models. In this session you will learn, how Holo-Light solves this solution with its own Remote Rendering solution optimized for industrial users.
We have seen a shift in Life Sciences development from small molecule to highly sophisticated biologics to the development of complex personalized medicine. With that complexity comes the need for streamlining human-centric processes and assurance of greater reliability, compliance, speed and safety across all unit operations. Paper procedures lack the ability to provide deep insight or process improvement and current EBR systems are rigid, lacking the contextual understanding that makes augmented reality-driven systems so successful within complex environments. As a result, these intelligent and spatial systems are being implemented across life science teams from R&D through manufacturing to improve collaboration, communication and speed. These systems allow organizations to take their existing content, augment it and execute on any device, providing a fully traceable system for accessing and storing critical data.
Sharing reliable information via a virtual platform is key to success in day to day work activities. Integrating wearable technology in the right marriage of hardware and software is an all important 1st step that leads to a game changer versus a dud. How can we properly mix the two and have success?
Architectural teams at Arrowstreet are on a mission to advance their industry’s approach to design. Establishing an in-house innovation lab AIR (Arrowstreet Innovation + Research) in 2016, the firm is leading their industry in collaborative project practices and design visualization. The use of immersive technologies has elevated decision making, streamlined project coordination, and built stronger relationships with clients and end users. This fireside chat features Arrowstreet’s President Amy Korté AIA discussing the implementation of immersive design practice with Kachina Studer : Product Developer + UX Strategist for the innovation lab and Kat Schneider : Architectural Designer. The conversation will examine the firms bold investment in the architectural practice, how they are planning for future cities, and take deep dive into one of their most progressive and complex project in Boston.
Learn about how Unity is expanding outside of gaming to provide solutions for the AEC and Automotive industry. In this session you will learn the tools and resources available to quickly process and convert CAD models for real time rendering. Leverage the multi-platform support in Unity to build once and deploy to many different AR and VR platforms.