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Manufacturing embraces AR for remote support

Quick read

➨ This year’s final edition of VRWorldTech Magazine is set for release on 20 December and it focuses on manufacturing
➨ The edition considers the digital transformation currently underway within manufacturing and what role AR technology is currently playing, after a pandemic-hit 24 months
➨ Featuring TeamViewer, Stadler, Theorem-XR, VRMT and DedaloStudio

The story

This year’s final edition of VRWorldTech Magazine is set for release on 20 December and it focuses on manufacturing.

The edition considers the digital transformation currently underway within manufacturing and what role augmented reality (AR) technology is currently playing, after a pandemic-hit 24 months.

There is an interview with Hendrik Witt, chief product officer at TeamViewer, on this subject, as the sector embraces AR for remote support so that workers can keep pace with technological advancements elsewhere in manufacturing.

We also hear from Marcel Georgii, digital products team leader at Stadler, on the train builder’s expanding use of virtual reality (VR) technology to not only design and prototype, but better involve clients in the process.

In this edition’s The Reality Wire, Theorem-XR outlines how it is delivering software and solutions at every step of the engineering journey, while VRMT sheds light on how it is pushing the boundaries for glass container manufacturing using VR.

Finally, this edition’s Meet feature focuses on DedaloStudio, a potential partner to enterprise clients in need of cutting edge immersive technologies and copious amounts of creativity.

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