The food and beverage industry is changing. Food processors are adopting digital tools and technologies, like augmented reality, to redefine how people, processes and equipment function in plants.
At the start of each year, more than 200,000 people descend upon Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show – the world’s largest conference for new and innovative consumer technologies, and the chance for leading tech manufacturers to show off their latest products.
The prospect of wearable, augmented reality technology is an exciting one. However, like any promising technology, AR glasses have their own share of shortcomings and manufacturers of these devices are quickly evolving to create a practical product that better serves the needs of users.
At OPS Solutions, we’re always looking to innovate and evolve our Light Guide Systems technology. It’s what keeps us on the cutting edge of the industry, especially at a time when enterprise augmented reality is on the rise.
New and emerging digital technologies and Industry 4.0 trends are accelerating manufacturing growth. In a recent UI Labs’ workshop at the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute in Chicago, our patented AR technology was showcased in collaboration with systems from HP and Siemens to demonstrate how digital disruption is being used to create factories of the future.
The automotive industry is in the midst of another revolution that’s being driven by an explosion of connectivity, shared mobility and automated technology.
As the automotive capitol of the world, and one of the fastest growing technology and entrepreneurship hubs in the country, Detroit is at the forefront of this incredible transformation in manufacturing technology, known as Industry 4.0.
We recently had the privilege of joining forces with key tech innovators from Siemens and HP to host an experiential workshop as part of UI Labs’ “Digital Disruption: The Future Factory Transformation” event at the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) in Chicago.
New technology, a changing economy and an aging workforce have drastically altered the manufacturing landscape over the past decade, leading to a gap in skills and a shortage of workers qualified to fill open positions.
Detroit is one of the fastest growing technology and entrepreneurship hubs in the United States. Over the past few years, the city has been transformed by the increasing number of tech startups and entrepreneurial talent that see its potential.
The innovative spirit that put the world on wheels lives on as advances in manufacturing technology continue to move Michigan forward as a burgeoning tech hub. At OPS Solutions, we’re proud to contribute to the growth of this sector within Michigan’s economy.