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LiveWorx 2018

s663 - AR Strategy for Differentiating After-Sales Support

Session Description

Learn how OCME, an Italian machinery producer in food & beverage processing, defined and validated an AR strategy to transform their after-sales business, making it more profitable and competitive. In just four weeks, OCME developed and launched two PoC projects: the first leveraging AR with rich 3D content for the Microsoft Hololens, and the second for RealWear HTM-1 with Assisted Reality where 3D augmentation is not presented at all. This presentation will also showcase how OCME extended Studio, leveraged ThingWorx View to deliver new widgets, and created AR experience templates to provide a hands-free experience for real-time assistance on wearables devices, all of which can be reused for similar use cases.


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Additional Information
AR/VR
AR & IoT
Learn why manufacturing companies need an AR strategy.
See how Transition Technologies PSC created accelerated PoC services for AR.
How Assisted Reality can be adopted for Industry 4.0
Case Study
45 minutes
Session Schedule