In the world where technological advancements are relentless and unstoppable, companies and enterprises can not afford making bad decisions. Ignoring AR would definitely be a bad decision, and here is why:
AR signigicantly improves employee training process
AR could be adapted for training purposes. Complicated technical tasks will be easier to master once you can see overlaid animations and hints that guide you through the whole process of training. Employees will be able to get new skillsets and qualifications faster than ever before.
AR reshapes the way we see industrial sector.
Opportunities to apply AR in all kinds of industries seem to be endless. From manufacturing to construction, it really seems like absolutely every industry can benefit from this tech. Having on-demand access to crucial information will help workers perform a multitude of complex tasks, like real time damage assessment, on the spot repairs with live support and guidance, and sifting through advanced data just at a glance. Real time awareness systems will significantly reduce dangers of hazardous work, making work-related accidents and fatalities a thing of the past. A true giant in it's field, Lockheed Martin already uses AR tech for fighter jets' production and maintenance.