AR Indoor Navigation
Facilities are growing constantly. Finding the way to a destination is often a challenging task. Convenient indoor navigation is essential to modern airports, shopping malls, factories, large office buildings, museums, zoos, and hospitals. Depending on your needs, AR indoor navigation can help people to find either the shortest way or a predefined route to their point of interest (POI). Compared to map-based navigation systems, AR indoor navigation makes it possible to visualize digital content (advertisements, information, IOT data, etc.) on the way to the destination.
AR Remote Assistance
AR remote assistance is a powerful collaborative solution for remote guidance, which combines live video streaming with Augmented Reality technology. Like in conventional remote assistance applications, videos and images are broadcasted in real time between users. In addition, Augmented Reality superimposes the user’s camera image with computer-generated content that allows interactions and visual markings. Instead of explaining each step of a procedure with voice broadcast, users can visually show what to do.
AR Product Visualization
Technological progress and the rise of the Internet have changed the way we buy things. People are accustomed to the convenience of buying everything online from their home. They no longer want to waste time driving to a physical store to experience products from up close. With AR product visualization, products can easily be placed in a physical environment. Customers gain full control of how products might look like in their desired space. This results to a richer buying experience, and Augmented Reality helps in winning over customers.
Augmented Reality technologies are also being adopted for entertainment and marketing. Entertainment industries can develop new games and experiences that merge the physical and digital worlds together and let customers interact with those digital objects in real time. Apps that use AR effects bring technological competitive advantages for the companies and help them promote their products and attract more customers. Games become more entertaining, exciting, and immersive. Possibilities and use cases constantly evolve, and more ideas become reality.
Industry 4.0 & IoT
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is already happening with digitalization as one of the most important driving forces for new trends and new developments. An Industry 4.0 digital trend combines automation and data exchange in manufacturing processes with many other complex components such as IoT, location detection technologies, smart sensors, Augmented Reality, wearables, and data visualization. Utilisation of AR technologies in factories gives workers access to tool and machinery data, and databases containing animations and 3D models on each and every item in the factory. In addition, Augmented Reality systems facilitate processes and reduce the error rate.