Matching the machine: ‘Augmented Reality’ has potential to boost business productivity
Augmented reality has found a frontier in manufacturing, driving new efficiencies and operator productivity while reducing errors and improving the bottom line. The business sense and broader operational capabilities of projection-based AR tech in the manufacturing space is the focus of a feature story by Dustin Walsh in Crain’s Detroit Business.
The piece details our innovative AR technology and outlines critical applications for manufactures in a number of industries.
Additionally, the piece touches on the concept of ‘poka yoke’ – a Japanese term related to driving down costs and increasing productivity in the manufacturing sector – and how we’re helping companies achieve greater efficiency through the use of projector-based augmented reality.
Click here to read the full article on Crain’s Detroit Business.