With the rapid growth of the digital transformation in many industries including AEC, energy, mining, and industrial design and manufacturing, companies are increasingly seeking AR/MR solutions capable of multi-user complex 3D model visualization for collaborative design, planning and stakeholder review sessions. As an AR/MR software provider, Arvizio knows this and continuously updates its XR platform to allow VR-like collaboration experiences using AR devices both on-site and across locations.
Recently announced, Arvizio XR’s future update improves the creation and advanced support of augmented reality (AR) digital twins, helping enterprises to accelerate Industry 4.0 digital transformation, Digital Twins, and AEC. The new update will allow Arvizio XR’s users to share real-time video for easier collaboration, remote inspection, and expert assistance through XR Connect. Additionally, Arvizio’s advanced hybrid rendering will also see improvements for visualization of large-scale models and point clouds, and users will be able to integrate IoT data and custom services with 3D models to assist customers with digital twin and augmented reality migrations. Also, the new update will expand the platform’s support for handheld and VR devices, including the recently released iPhone 12 Pro, along with the Oculus Quest, and iPad Pro with lidar. With these new capabilities, it will be easier for front line workers to navigate and monitor the industrial world to conduct assisted maintenance operations, review complex machinery, and plan industrial plants and facilities.
“The 2020 pandemic is creating an acceleration of enterprise adoption of Industry 4.0 initiatives and, they are seeking innovative technologies to address and enhance their productivity and ROI,” said Jonathan Reeves, CEO at Arvizio. “Our customers can seamlessly incorporate AR and digital twins, further enhanced by infrastructure improvements such as 5G and private 5G deployments, to improve efficiency and ensure that processes are better serviced, analyzed and maintained in real-time.”
Designed for AEC and Energy & Mining, Arvizio XR helps front line workers to navigate and monitor the industrial world to conduct assisted maintenance operations, review complex machinery, and plan industrial plants and facilities. Both on-site and remote participants can interact with 3D spatial data representations for large-scale designs and collaborate via live audio, video, and 3D content. Architects, engineers, and construction personnel can use Arvizio XR to see exactly how a design, system, or part fits into the construction site.
Planned for release in January 2021, Arvizio XR’s users can now apply to Beta test the new update by contacting Arvizio at email@example.com.