All AR articles

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    Bosch implements AR for technical service training

    2018-08-03T13:04:30Z

    Image: Bosch Bosch is implementing augmented reality (AR) in technical service training at its 31 support workshops worldwide. Courses developed at its training center in Plochingen, near Stuttgart, will be offered to 3500 global employees to update them on technical developments in vehicle servicing and repair. These accredited courses, ...

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    DARPA talks about AR and VR for future combat vehicles

    2018-06-28T12:24:53Z

    Image: DARPA DARPA, the US Defense Advance Research Projects Agency, has demonstrated some of its upcoming technologies to be applied in combat vehicles. The GXV-T (Ground X-Vehicle Technologies) program has been looking at ways to make vehicles lighter, faster and more agile over a variety of terrain – and ...

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    Ubimax partners with DAQRI on AR smart glasses, Porsche rolls out AR for technicians

    2018-06-05T09:18:45Z

    Image: Ubimax Ubimax, developer of wearables and augmented reality (AR) products, has announced a strategic co-operation with DAQRI, maker of AR glasses. DAQRI, based in Los Angeles and Dublin, is to provide its AR hardware for Ubimax Frontline, an AR software stack. A successful proof of concept trial has ...

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    Volkswagen implements AR in digitized training programs, AI in business admin

    2018-05-15T07:49:58Z

    Future Training Forum, Wolfsburg, 2018 Image: Volkswagen Volkswagen has held its first Future Training Forum in Wolfsburg to discuss issues including the digitalization of its vocational training programmes and future learning environments. Conference participants included board members, human resources managers, training experts, Works Council members, young people’s representatives ...

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    In digitalization drive, Porsche wants to be an early adopter

    2018-03-13T13:22:00Z

    Porsche is not content to just continue its success as a profitable maker of premium sports cars. It wants to be an early adopter when it comes to new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and virtual and augmented reality.