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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.

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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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