When it comes to developing an IoT solution, utilizing an effective IoT platform can give you a step up from competition and aid your organization in getting IoT solutions developed faster, more cost effectively, and at scale.
Rather than having to worry about major hurdles like data and system integrations, connectivity, hard coding IoT apps, security, device management, and more, a flexible and open IoT platform like ThingWorx lets you focus on what’s important- building IoT solutions that will deliver value to your customers and to your organization quickly and easily.
But what about Augmented Reality (AR)? AR for the industrial enterprise is quickly becoming a rising trend in technology. In fact, Gartner recently listed AR, VR, and Digital Twins in their Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017. AR brings innovative new ways to contextualize information in the physical world with clear use cases in improving remote assistance and field service, reducing error by providing clear visual assembly and dis-assembly instructions, and so much more. But for many, figuring out how to get started is a challenge – Where do you begin? What should you augment? Where do you get content?
On January 12, 2017, Ryan Martin, Senior Analyst at ABI Research and Michael Campbell, EVP of ThingWorx Products will be addressing these questions in a live webcast. They’ll explore how leveraging an IoT platform and its existing data, can take away the challenges of AR development and scale.
You’ll leave the webcast with a clear understanding of the value AR can bring to the industrial enterprise and inspiration for developing your own POC, as well as awareness of challenges that often arise. You’ll also get insight into the key capabilities and benefits of an agile IoT platform, and how to choose an appropriate one for developing AR apps that will let you leverage existing IoT and CAD data, and accommodate rapid scale and growth.
Sign up now and don’t miss this live learning opportunity!
Date: January 12, 2017
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. EST
Location: Online only
** If you missed the live webcast on January 12th, you can watch the replay here.**