Acrm Net with Smart glasses to improveÂ your skillsÂ
Acrm net operates under the philosophy that hands-on experience with real equipment & software is key to student success.
Smart glasses can do a lot in the enterprise:Â they can allow employees to access information via a visual scan or voice command; they can enable easy, hands-free recording or documentation of work environmentsÂ tasks, and eventsÂ and they can deliver alerts and other up-to-the-minute, task-oriented information right to the eyeline of a worker.
Gartner predicts smart glasses will have the most impact in heavy industry precisely because â€œthe AR glasses enable on-the-job training of workers.â€
Instructions and illustrations displayed in smart glasses can enable workers in any industry to perform tasks for which they donâ€™t remember all the procedures, with the glasses serving as a kind of virtual assistant or as an interactive, hands-free how-to manual.
But the technology can also serve as a virtual teaching and training tool, enabling workers to successfully complete tasks with which they have little experience along with teaching or training them to perform those tasks in the future.
Video collaboration with experts in remote locations amps up the educational / training aspect of smart glass technology.Â
Not only can employees at remote sites communicate and share real-time video of what they see with colleagues â€œat home base;â€ but inexperienced workers in the field can be guided or instructed by experienced workers away from the field, also in real-time.
In this way, smart glasses can facilitate effective, on-the-job training;Â
Imaginably, such innovative job training methods incorporating wearable technology will allow enterprises to employ a larger ratio of less experienced workers to experienced ones, thus saving labor costs and ensuring a ready stream of workers with the know-how to get the job done.
Forget traditional classroom training, memorizing procedural steps, and thick equipment manuals, read below to find out how Acrm net is using smart glasses to redefine job training.
During instructor-led training, virtual access to equipment is augmented can be integrated withÂ room collaboration software, and the addition of Visual Remote Guidance and smart glass technology means that lab techs can demonstrate physical tasks to students, such as cable adjustments and the like.
Over the smart glass platform, technicians can demonstrate physical equipment manipulation, such as cabling for network devices, as well as system upgrades and hardware changes, whenever necessary. Having the ability to see everything the techs running the lab see students are mastering everything from servers to network devices to storage in a truly novel, state-of-the-art virtual learning environment.
Smart glasses to enable industry vets to train the next generation of techniciansâ€¦
What do you do with an aging skilled workforce that can no longer meet the physical demands of the job? How do you harness the vast experience and deep knowledge base of that workforce? And how do you train and develop junior technicians without the benefit of on-the-job coaching from seasoned veterans?
Smart Glass is also ideal for on-the-job training, serving as a bridge â€“ a tool for virtual sharing and guidance â€“ between young, inexperienced technicians in the field and older & wiser experts who canâ€™t be at the jobsite.
Using smart glasses for job training and education is just one application of wearable tech in business & industry. With the next generation of Google Glass aimed at the enterprise and other smart glasses like Vuzixâ€™s M100 already active in many workplaces, it will be exciting to see the variety of inventive ways businesses put the technology to use in the years to come