From assembly to remote assistance, from quality inspection to continuous improvement, from training to picking/kitting, follow us over this year to discover these smart glass use cases and their benefits for the manufacturing market.
Using smart glasses, product assemblers are able to work faster with first time quality, shave off tens of thousands of hours a year in the assembly process, and avoid safety pitfalls like repetitive motion and error-induced accidents.
Unlike traditional paper or monitor-based work instructions, informed reality base training is dynamic, interactive and adaptive–ensuring that operators complete tasks efficiently and without errors.
Whether we like it or not, inspections remain an indispensable tool of modern manufacturing to prevent equipment failures, process deviations, and quality defects. Performed properly, they directly support both top line and bottom line, by helping to maintain the condition and reliability of facilities and equipment, ensuring product quality, reducing the waste of downtime, scrap and rework - even driving continuous improvement.
Informed Reality is a breakthrough technology, offering simple but highly effective solutions for many of the challenges surrounding industrial maintenance and repair operations.
Check out this introduction video