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Summary

Résumé de la présentation

In the age of big data and connected operations, organizations that have moved to adopt Augmented and Mixed Reality technologies are experiencing unprecedented levels of efficiency. AR/MR tools are currently being leveraged across industrial sectors to increase machine uptime, safety, situational awareness and to empower remote workers and technicians to achieve new levels of productivity. This presentation will introduce these technologies and their application in the construction industry. When a worker needs assistance performing maintenance, a repair, or an inspection, AR/MR tools can accelerate troubleshooting by providing the workers with live voice and video guidance from subject matter experts that can be located anywhere in the world, all while keeping the worker heads-up and hands-free. Experts can equip remote workers with 3D CAD files, IoT enabled holograms, supporting files, and annotations, all within the remote workers field of view.

Who's Presenting

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Rodney McAffee

VP Energy & Industrial Engineering, Kognitiv Spark

VP Energy & Industrial Engineering, Kognitiv Spark

Biographie

Rodney has 25 years of experience as a geotechnical engineer in project management, design engineering, technical review, proposal writing, and various leadership roles. He is a graduate of the engineering programs at both the University of New Brunswick and the University of Alberta.

In the age of big data and connected operations, organizations that have moved to adopt Augmented and Mixed Reality technologies are experiencing unprecedented levels of efficiency. AR/MR tools are currently being leveraged across industrial sectors to increase machine uptime, safety, situational awareness and to empower remote workers and technicians to achieve new levels of productivity. This presentation will introduce these technologies and their application in the construction industry. When a worker needs assistance performing maintenance, a repair, or an inspection, AR/MR tools can accelerate troubleshooting by providing the workers with live voice and video guidance from subject matter experts that can be located anywhere in the world, all while keeping the worker heads-up and hands-free. Experts can equip remote workers with 3D CAD files, IoT enabled holograms, supporting files, and annotations, all within the remote workers field of view.

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