AR

12July2018

6 Things Our Team Wants to Build Next Using AR

Here at OPS Solutions, we use augmented reality to help companies better visualize complex assembly processes so they can improve the way products are manufactured.

While we work hard to deliver transformational solutions for customers in a variety of industries, our team also has fun coming up with creative and amusing ways to demonstrate the versatility of our practical AR tool, Light Guide Systems—like the time we built a game of human pong for our open house event, or a bartending demo for a restaurant trade show.

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1June2018

A New Type of Pick-to-Light Solution for Part Kitting

pick-to-light technology

Our team is continually identifying new ways our practical AR technology can be used to solve common manufacturing challenges, including the ability to improve part kitting processes for increased accuracy, efficiency and quality.

While every step within a manufacturing sequence is critically important, ensuring operators have the right parts—at the right time—is foundational to ensuring every other step in the process can be completed seamlessly.

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20April2018

OPS Solutions Announces New European Headquarters

OPS Solutions is expanding its operations with a European headquarters

I founded OPS Solutions with the intention of improving manufacturing around the globe. Over the past several years, our company has experienced tremendous growth, thanks in part to rising demand for, and widespread adoption of, enterprise AR tools and technologies worldwide. During this time, our innovative spirit and global vision has led to a series of exciting breakthroughs, including several patents and new opportunities spanning a variety of industries.

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1December2017

Standardizing Medical Manufacturing with Augmented Reality Technology

In any manufacturing sector, standardization of assembly processes and sequencing is a critical tool for honing processes, improving efficiency and consistency, and reducing error rates. It is especially critical for today’s increasingly complex and customized medical devices.

That customization presents significant challenges. For each variation in a prosthetic or pacemaker, there are additional pain points to address. Standardization becomes increasingly elusive, and new variables are introduced that make achieving the high quality standards required of medical devices that much more difficult.

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