RealWear and Autodesk collaborate to offer Assisted Reality solution for Permasteelisa
RealWear, a provider of assisted reality solutions for frontline industrial workers, announced in September 2021 that it has successfully collaborated with Autodesk to integrate Autodesk Construction Cloud with RealWear’s HMT-1 assisted reality device. The global construction company Permasteelisa has adopted this solution for its teams.
Permasteelisa Group works across the engineering, project management, manufacture, installation and after-sales service sectors. Some of the most prestigious contemporary architectural works in the world were led by the firm, including the Sydney Opera House, Eight Spruce in lower Manhattan, The Shard, the Guggenheim Museum, and Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA.
The RealWear HMT-1 device is a head-mounted assisted reality wearable that will give construction workers real-time access to information and expertise, while keeping their hands and field of view free for work. RealWear devices are compatible with worker Personal Protective Equipment.
The solution also helps to replace traditional document or tablet-based workflow management solutions, such as clipboards, and eliminates the need for workers to remove their PPE gloves to operate touch screens. Instead, construction teams can snap a RealWear device to their hard hats and view a micro-display that appears like a tablet without obstructing their view. Users can also take HD photos using the RealWear device’s front-facing camera.
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