Utility Results of Augmented Reality Wearable Technology
Sponsored content for Burns & McDonnell by Utility Dive's Brand Studio
Duration: 1 hour
When it comes to augmented reality (AR) wearable technologies, the utility industry is ripe for positive disruption. In fact, AR wearable technology has been found to increase safety, address the knowledge gap, and improve efficiency and effectiveness of employees.
These tools also enable greater leveraging of organizational knowledge more effectively, bridging the gap between new workers and seasoned employees.
Over the past two years, Burns & McDonnell and Manitoba Hydro International have been testing utility applications for AR wearable tech. In our latest webinar, experts Adam Vitt and Zachary Wassenberg will explore the various innovative utility-grade applications of AR wearables.
During the webinar, they will dive into:
Currently deployed utility use cases including livestream video communication, real-time meter reading, guided workflows, vegetation management and disaster recovery
The results of these deployments, which have led to enterprise-level agreements in the utility industry across North America
Zachary Wassenberg PE
Burns & McDonnell
Adam Vitt Client Relationship Advisor
Manitoba Hydro International
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