Using Augmented Reality to Close the Skills Gap
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.
With the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) projecting two million unfilled manufacturing jobs over the next decade, companies are actively seeking solutions that can help bridge this gap.
Our CEO, Paul Ryznar, recently sat down with Jeff Reinke from ThomasNet.com to discuss how augmented reality can help companies attract the next generation of skilled workers, enhance and standardize existing training processes, reduce ramp-up time for new hires and drive quality and consistency on the factory floor. Read the full interview here.