Scope AR’s WorkLink Benefits Companies Through Augmented Reality
Gatherers at the Augmented World Expo (AWE) 2016 saw the launch of Scope AR’s WorkLink, touted to be the world’s first smart instruction creation tool which is intended for companies to create interactive augmented reality instructions, improving training materials for non-technical staff.
In a press release from Scope AR, WorkLink has “smart step-by-step instructions” which then can be overlayed over any current task, which allows employees to learn their work routine from experience without the need to undergo further training.
Scott Montgomerie, CEO and co-founder of Scope AR, said in WorkLink’s press release: “Whether enterprises have a distributed workforce of field technicians needing assistance to repair equipment, or they have to support thousands of workers on proper operating or assembly procedures at scale, WorkLink enables them to always have an expert present with compliance assurance measures and tracked analytics along the way. Delivering intuitive, AR step-by-step instruction through WorkLink, organizations can increase employee comprehension, improve productivity and safety, and reduce downtime at a level never before possible.”
Scope AR is empowering organizations across manufacturing, energy, automotive and other industries to leverage AR to not only digitize visual instructions, but to actually highlight components and create animated graphics to show actions and instructions in process – overlaid on top of reality so the viewer has the most precise demonstrations possible as if the chief engineer was right there helping them along. As a result, organizations will experience decreased error rates and produce workers that are faster and more accurate in completing tasks.
WorkLink is made to be widely compatible with most iOS and Android smartphones and tablets along with select AR eyewear. The key features of WorkLink include: quick and easy content creation, built-in analytics, and real-time publishing.
Along with the WorkLink augmented reality application, Scope AR has also revealed an updated version of Remote AR, a remote assistance app powered by AR technology. The Remote AR app has been in use in a variety of industries, and is now updated to include a handful of features. These include depth camera support, in-app audio for support calls, low-bandwidth mode, and a Windows Desktop Expert mode.
Both WorkLink and the updated version of Remote AR are now available on the Scope AR website.
Watch the following video to see WorkLink in action: