Arvizio has recently announced new capabilities to create and advance support for Augmented Reality (AR) digital twins. Arvizio, an Ontario-based company delivering the next generation of mixed reality team collaboration and visualization technology, has introduced these advancements to help companies fast-track their journey towards Industry 4.0 digital transformation.
Augmented Reality digital twins can support front line workers in navigating and monitoring the industrial world to conduct assisted maintenance operations, review complex machinery, and plan industrial plants and facilities. The AR digital twins do all of the above by providing customers with the ability to visualize and interpret AR data on-site and remotely. The Arvizio XR Platform allows visualization of digital twins at table-top or life-size and aids remote 3D partnerships across a massive range of XR devices such as Magic Leap, iPhone, HoloLens 2, and much more.
Arvizio clients can import a vast array of 3D BIM, CAD, LiDAR, and photogrammetry assets and enjoy seamless mergers with Autodesk cloud services like Fusion 360 and BIM 360. Such 3D models/reality captures act as a digital canvas for instrumentation of the digital twin with augmented reality data. Additionally, a graphical user interface lets the user associate IoT data, documents, images, and workflow items with AR data. Arvizio’s XR Platform interfaces to the popular cloud, or in premise, IoT data hubs providing the capability to harness live IoT data to objects in 3D models to create an operational digital twin.
The latest capabilities will be entering Beta in December with GA planned for January 2021. Some key features of the updates include:
1. Arvizio’s advanced hybrid rendering for visualization of large-scale as well as point clouds.
2. Extended device support now encompasses Oculus Quest, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPad Pro with LiDAR.
3. IoT data integration and custom integration services to help clients easily migrate to augmented reality.
4. XR Connect collaboration services equipped with the “see what I see” video feature for a remote inspection and expert assistance.
While talking about the recent development, Jonathan Reeves, Arvizio’s CEO, stated that the 2020 pandemic has led to the enterprises’ rapid adoption of Industry 4.0 initiatives. Companies are looking for innovative technologies to address the pressing need for a bolstered productivity and ROI, Reeves elaborated. He adds that Arvizio’s customers can now seamlessly incorporate twins to enhance efficiency and ensure that processes are scrutinized and promptly maintained in real-time.
Founded in 2016, Arvizio is a privately-held company that offers software solutions for augmented and mixed reality experiences using platforms that include the next generation of AR technologies. Experts lead Arvizio’s team in spatial data processing, 3D image processing, and much more.
For more information, visit: http://www.arvizio.io