Augmented reality research project predicts future of operator assistance


The Technical University of Munich is working with Holo-Light, MTS, VEMCON and Fritzmeier Cabs on augmented reality solutions fo the off-highway industry. The goal is to give the driver the benefits of digitization and to take them into a new world of data. The use of BIM data, shown by means of mixed reality data glasses as 3D models overlaying the actual site, offers benefits of many kinds for contractors, OEMs, architects, designers and most of all for machine operators. The project, nominated for a Bauma Innovation Award, was spoken about in iVT ExpoTo read a guide on Industry 4.0, click HERE

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