Augmented Reality may be on your roadmap for "the future," but here are seven powerful features to improve your operations today.
When exploring the possibilities of enterprise augmented reality, prospective customers sometimes don't know where to begin. VIEW devices offer so many exciting features, with so much potential for operational improvement, choosing the first target can be difficult.
While we can't make any blanket recommendations that apply to all businesses, we can share some guidelines for what makes a good target opportunity. This post shares our findings to date.
Feeding Data Analytics from Augmented Reality
"You cannot, not communicate."
So opened the first class of my college career. Decades later, I still clearly remember Dr. Hemmer educating the freshmen in Communications 101 that we are always communicating, whether we are trying or not.
At LogistiVIEW, our augmented reality VIEW devices gather so much data to communicate, we run the risk of "TMI." In our world, you cannot, not gather data! In this post, we explore some valuable information to be gained just by virtue of what we do.
Privacy and security with workplace AR
For better or worse, we have become a self-documenting society. To illustrate this point, simply watch the evening news. How many stories are supported by amateur footage because someone near the event was quick with their smart phone?
Amateur cinematography in the workplace is a serious concern. Regardless of intent, workplace images can reveal proprietary information or invade the privacy of the human workforce.
In addition to consumer devices like smart phones, more workplace devices are now equipped with camera / video capabilities. Tablets, high-end handheld computers and wearable technology, such as our own VIEW devices, all boast video imaging as a core feature.
This post considers some implications of vision-based technology in a working environment.
Augmented Reality must deliver on its namesake in enterprise applications.
having been made greater in size or value.
LogistiVIEW partner Vuzix enables the Effortless Human Interface via the M300.
Recently, we enumerated the attributes we use when qualifying VIEW devices in pursuit of the Effortless Human Interface. Our new partner Vuzix rose to the occasion with the M300.
Identifying Wearbles for the Effortless Human Interface
A previous entry in this blog introduced the Effortless Human Interface™. This concept crystallizes our commitment to freeing productive hands from the burdens of cumbersome input devices.
As the marketplace grows with new entries in the "wearables" category, we at LogistiVIEW submit the following checklist. We use it to determine which VIEW devices are truly capable of implementing our notion of an Effortless Human Interface.