WorxAR identifies vehicle parts and processes through a smartphone or tablet, talks users through repairs, provides in-depth information from manuals, and connects to suppliers online.
Launched at the AAAA Collision Repair Expo in Melbourne earlier in April, TradieBot said the AR app is designed for technicians performing service and repairs, but also has applications in training, “providing a new level of digital knowledge that has not been seen before”.
Having AR technology such as WorxAR on offer will be a game changer, according to Mario Dimovski, founder of Tradiebot, the app’s creator. He said that context-relevant information can now be delivered in an on-the-job interactive way that is so intuitive and effortless for end users to assist in repairs, service, maintenance and training.
Watch a video of the AR app in action below:
Image credit: TradieBot