Safety is always an issue on the shop floor. Now imagine, a production lines needs to be readjusted and parts replaced to manufacture a new range of goods. How can you check efficiently that all parts have been replaced and that the line is ready to start?
Now, are the co-workers all at the right places? If it is an assembly line, do they have the right tools and the right spare parts?
. With the right AR applications, inexperienced employees can be informed, trained, and protected at all times without wasting supplementary resources. Technical training and education can be expensive when working with large, complex machinery or dangerous equipment.
In manufacturing, the technology can be used to measure a variety of changes, identify unsafe working conditions, or even envision a finished product. Manufacturers can use it to present more than digital characters, images, or content, such as overlaying text, stats, and information relevant to the worker’s current task. A worker can view a piece of equipment and see its running temperature, disclosing that the equipment is hot and unsafe to touch with bare hands. An employee can know everything that’s happening around them, including the location of coworkers, what machinery is breaking down, or what locations in a factory that are restricted.