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Common Use Cases for AR Remote Support in Industrial Engineering fields
With task guidance through a RemoteSpark call, subject matter experts can walk remote workers though any repair, allowing the worker to solve a problem like a technician with 20+ years of experience.
When a worker is unable to get a system up and running, a RemoteSpark call can help solve the problem. Multi-step animated holograms can increase the worker’s understanding of the task while expert guidance increases task accuracy.
3D, spatially-anchored holograms allow your team to understand the ins and outs of a system or task before ever going out into the field to do the work.
As workers perform a task, experts are coaching every step of the way to make sure the process was followed, and the task was completed properly.
Leverage technicians on location without needing to send in a subject matter expert or other human resources. Improve a worker’s situational awareness by tying IoT data endpoints to holograms of specific machines or systems, effectively delivering this data to workers before they begin a task.
RemoteSpark remote users receive hands-on, on-the-job training from a subject matter expert every time they make a call, enabling knowledge transfer.
Subject matter experts can inspect repairs, damage, and other situations without ever leaving their office.
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