With remote workplaces steadily becoming the new normal in 2021, companies are continuously looking for ways to improve their existing virtual training and development process. However for most companies they rarely if ever seek out augmented reality training software solutions due to common myths surrounding that type of technology. In
While the pandemic has forced may firms to consider video conference solutions to help overcome restrictions of travel and reduction in live hands-on training opportunities, others have used this as an opportunity to the benefits of augmented and virtual reality enhanced remote training. The pandemic has forced many firms to
The pilot program provides the transportation, aviation, utility and construction industries the ability to try out AUGMENTOR™ prior to purchasing the software
With COVID-19 changing the way that businesses connect and train employees, organizations are searching for virtual training solutions to help with the implementation of remote training processes to remain connected during a pandemic. An area in dire need of training innovation is that of maintenance. Couple this challenge with veteran
Have your technicians grown tired of attending boring video training sessions?
AUGMENTOR™’s newest feature eliminates the need for expert software developers and expensive hardware expenditures to create spatialized augmented reality procedures and training modules
A rapidly aging workforce coupled with a global pandemic has create a tremendous skills gap. The demand for a safe work environment has created a challenge for businesses that already struggle to attract millennial workers.
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are finally here! Check out AUGMENTOR™s guide to understanding augmented and virtual reality for maintenance and repair.
Overcoming barriers to technology is one reason why companies avoid new technology. With pilot programs you can assess the tech prior to implementation.
With the rest of the world temporarily on pause, the trucking industry has seen more demand than ever to transport the supplies needed to help meet the needs of grocery stores, gas stations and hospitals. Companies across the country are starting to look to digital collaborative efforts to help fill in the gaps that social distancing has created.