Augmented Reality (AR) is a vision-based platform that is capable of providing detailed context-based information when and where it is needed in industrial and business applications. This is especially useful for providing intuitive training, standard operating procedures, repair manuals and real-time information on workshop jobs.
The computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted within a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors.
Using immersive technologies we are creating applications to assist students and employees practise and learn their skills in a new and exciting way giving them a more hands on experience whilst also being 100% safe. These new digital tools are scientifically proven to be more engaging and has users retain much more of the information compared to learning using traditional methods. Set up now is fast, simple and any room can become a training environment.
Gamification is what the current generation know and are growing up with at home or in the class room with now access to Virtual Realty head sets commonly available at a very affordable price. Applying game-design techniques in a nongame setting to encourage early learners to achieve a desired outcome and stimulates interest for the chosen subject or trade skills. It typically incorporates accumulating points or real-life or virtual rewards and competing with peers.
By tracking user progress in our apps, we can steer potential tradies towards the correct career path for they skillset allowing both parties to get the best out come. We also get a glimpse into the future of where the next generation is moving to and allow our clients to be ahead of the curve when it comes to getting the next generation onboard.
Artificial intelligence (AI) software is the tool to enhance efficiency, the vital link with the Internet of Things (IoT), collaborative robot systems (co-bots) and data processing. With machine learning, AI will allow systems, machines and customers networks to work intuitively together, faster and smarter. These systems provide essential real-time information for business decisions.