Visualizing Digital Twins for Manufacturing Industry using Streamed AR
Welcome to a webinar series that will focus on the opportunities that streamed XR is creating for manufacturing industries. In a series of live and on demand webinars we will present thought leading experts from technology companies and research groups working in the forefront of XR.
XR, Edge Compute and 5G Private Networks - Collaboration for Manufacturing
Learn how Hyperbat, one of the UK’s largest independent vehicle battery manufacturers in the UK, together with Ericsson and partners are using the latest 5G enabled technology, edge compute and XR to significantly speed up the manufacturing process for hybrid and electric vehicle production in the UK.
Phil has been at Ericsson for 25 years where he has had the privilege of working in all areas of the business from Development, System & Product Management, Programmes and Sales. His time at Ericsson has taken him across the globe with many Tier 1 Operators such as BT, Vodafone, Telstra, Verizon and taking the opportunity to live and work in Sweden and Australia. More recently Phil has been focused on BT in the Mobile Core, Wearables and Private Networks space where he is excited about how 5G will make a difference to society, industry and the world around us.
Streaming XR: The new era of light weight, all-in-one devices delivering high end graphics and compute
You will learn how technologies like NVIDIA CloudXR can be used to deliver limitless virtual and augmented reality over networks
Our goal: Creating innovation and inspiration
Innovation and growth
Knowledge and Inspiration
New products and services
The platform will allow the technology companies to develop new AR products and solutions.
INSPIRATION AND KNOWLEDGE
Augmented Operator will host a number of webinars and other outreach activities as part of the project. We will invite thought leading industry experts to share their perspectives on streamed AR. Sign up here to make sure you do not miss anything.
Augmented Operator is supported and partly funded by the Swedish Innovation network Visual Sweden.