Augmented Reality

Industrial Augmented Reality (AR) Devices

Computer and automation advancements in manufacturing have led to an increase in AR devices and systems. Simply put, AR is a live view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as video, sound, graphics or GPS data. Augmented reality in manufacturing pertains to systems that the operator physically wears (think augmented reality glasses like Google Glass) or systems that project instructions or guidance directly onto the workpiece. This is a rapidly evolving sector of the marketplace, and we are on the forefront of bringing these types of solutions to our customers.
AR wearables may be used by production or assembly workers to visualize the finished product or structure. AR may be used to overlay information relevant to a specific task, such as viewing the temperature of a tool or machine by looking at it and learning that it’s too hot to touch. You may be able to locate colleagues or find out if machinery is malfunctioning through AR. AR may be used to train workers quickly by providing step-by-step guidance and delivering real-time updates as they learn. Warehouse workers may use AR to connect to a system that tells them the exact locations of products. **
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What Sets Rhino Tool House Apart for Augmented Reality?

Rhino Tool House has expertise in various augmented reality solutions and the ability to present multiple options to meet the customer’s needs. If you’re seeking an AR solution to solve a specific problem in your production environment, or you want to learn more and explore various options, please contact us. We’re more than happy to share our knowledge!
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