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How VR And AR Can Impact Field Service

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How VR And AR Can Impact Field Service

VR and AR for field service

By Tim Bajarin

Augmented reality and virtual reality field service applications can replace bulky operator manuals and handheld devices withRepairing a truck using augmented reality application. better user experience and hands-free operation abilities. This is because AR and VR devices make necessary information easily accessible in an immersive format that includes 3D illustrations, video-driven instructions, and real-time feedback if connected to an in-house technician if needed. AR and VR-based wearable devices boost technicians’ efficiencies in offering field services. Read the rest of the article.

 

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