Acrm net company is leader on Augmented Reality Technology. We began to work on AR in the 2011 when nobody thought and knew this kind of technology.
AR technology has matured to a point where organizations can use it as an internal tool to complement and enhance business processes, workflows and employee training.
AR facilitates business innovation by enabling real-time decision making through virtual prototyping and visualization of content.
Augmented reality is the real-time use of information in the form of text, graphics, audio and other virtual enhancements integrated with real-world objects
AR leverages and optimizes the use of other technologies such as mobility, location, 3D content management and imaging and recognition
It is especially useful in the mobile environment because it enhances the user’s senses via digital instruments to allow faster responses or decision-making.”
AR is s particularly powerful for:
- Discovering things in the vicinity — for example, enclosed objects generating heat.
- Presenting real-world objects of potential special interest — for example, detecting and highlighting objects generating higher than normal levels of radiation.
- Showing a user where to go or what to do — for example, helping a worker make a repair in a hazardous environment where visibility is low.
- Providing additional information about an object of interest — for example, distance, size or level of danger.
AR services use various device sensors to identify the users’ surroundings.
The precision of indoor location services has increased significantly, and this greater accuracy allows businesses to use AR location features for vehicle, campus and in-building navigation and identification.
Image recognition capabilities in AR solutions allow user organizations to use these AR capabilities in processes that require staff to visually identify objects and parts and for real-time decision making.
For example, firefighters can use AR to find out ambient temperature or a building layout so they know exits, and potentially dangerous areas
AR is most useful as a tool in industries where workers are either in the field, do not have immediate access to information, or jobs that require one or both hands and the operator’s attention
AR provides the highest benefit to efficiency. It has the potential to improve productivity, provide hands-on experience, simplify current processes, increase available information, provide real-time access to data, offer new ways to visualize problems and solutions, and enhance collaboration.
IT organizations can use AR to bridge the digital and physical world.
AR guarantees improved access to information or to provide training