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19July2018

OPS Solutions & eFlex Team Up to Add AR Capabilities to Work Instruction Software

Today’s rapidly changing technological landscape is having a profound impact on traditional manufacturing processes.

As a company that’s leading the augmented reality (AR) revolution in manufacturing, we’re making factory floors smarter, safer and more efficient

By utilizing AR technology in powerful new ways, we’ve been able to improve the way work instructions are delivered (and received). This breakthrough has allowed us to crack the code for creating standardized, replicable and error-free manufacturing operations.

With a passion for moving the manufacturing industry forward, we’re committed to partnering with fellow manufacturing technology leaders, like eFlex Systems, to create synergy and drive continued innovation.

Regarded for their work as a world-class manufacturing software company and consulting firm, eFlex Systems seemed like a natural partner for us to align with, especially given our shared focus on work instruction optimization.

When our Light Guide Systems technology is combined with a tool like eFlex’s Job Element Monitor (JEM) module, it exponentially accelerates the value for both products and expands the capabilities our unified technologies can offer.

To learn more about our partnership with eFlex Systems and how we teamed up to add augmented reality capabilities to their Job Element Monitor (JEM) software, click here.

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Paul Ryznar

Paul Ryznar

Engineer, inventor and entrepreneur Paul Ryznar created Light Guide Systems and is the founder, president and CEO of Wixom, Mich.-based OPS Solutions. The technology uses proprietary software and high-powered projector systems to guide and confirm the completion of complex tasks from automotive assembly to quality control to training. Prior to Light Guide Systems’ invention in 2005, he held senior management roles at Detroit Diesel and Bosch, as well as vice president of production technology at Energy Conversion Devices—more than 30 years of manufacturing experience.
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