Augmented reality framework enables multi-vendor ecosystems: Page 2 of 2

March 24, 2020 //By Julien Happich
Augmented reality
Today industrial and end users tend to frequently depend on a single provider to deploy Augmented Reality (AR) applications and services. The multi-vendor AR framework specification announced by ETSI will allow components from different providers to inter-operate via the defined interfaces, allowing broader and quicker adoption of AR technology.

One of the applications of Augmented Reality for Industry 4.0 is to help face the unexpected peak of activity of a factory, in case of confinement or staff shortage. When a manufacturing plant needs to significantly increase its production, the Operation Director will hire temporary workers or shift operators from another line. This new staff may not have the expertise and/or the time to learn his job. Augmented Reality will therefore enable an experienced operator located in another area to train, guide and give precise instructions to the new operator while limiting physical contacts.

To know more about this architecture, the Chair of the group, Muriel Deschanel, and one of the technical and scientific leaders in the group, Jérôme Royan, will give you an “Overview of ETSI reference architecture for Augmented Reality solutions” in a free live webinar on 28 April 2020 at 4:00 pm CET. Register at the following link: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/12761/391583

ETSI - www.etsi.org

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