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Making Headway in Manufacturing

Turn your product vision into a new reality with XR

XR is providing the manufacturing sector with a new point of view

From blueprints to full-scale 3D models, the manufacturing process has indeed come a long way. Today product ideas can easily be brought to life in the blink of the mind’s eye. This is the power of Extended Reality (XR), comprising AR, VR and MR. As customer needs have evolved, so has the manufacturing process. For instance, the savvy customer of today believes in the ‘try before buy’ mantra. Earlier, this would have meant tailoring products according to individual preferences before introducing them in the market—a time-consuming, not to mention costly affair. At TILTLABS, we have created AR solutions that overcome these barriers by allowing customers to virtually interact with a product through their smartphones at every stage, anytime and anywhere. They can then communicate their feedback instantly, enabling a seamless product manufacturing lifecycle.

Part of the manufacturing process is understanding how a product works and addressing any issues from the outset. That is where our Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality solutions play a part in the enterprise sector to digitally transform the manufacturing process and enhance user journeys. We have used Mixed Reality, for example, to let a person disassemble and re-assemble a working motor to understand its functioning. This, in turn, can boost productivity and efficiency. At TILTLABS, we have seamlessly integrated Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality to create rich, immersive product interactions. We continue to leverage XR to drive added value for enterprises through improved customer experiences, business performance and services—all of which add to your overall bottom line

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What we do

From manufacturing design to operational assistance and training, XR has changed the way enterprises and consumers view the manufacturing sector. Take a look at some instances where TILTLABS can demonstrate the possibilities of XR.

Staff training

In a fast-moving manufacturing environment, new hires need to be industry-ready in a short time frame. XR allows you to provide them with valuable hands-on training in a simulated environment, equipping them for the workforce in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Remote Troubleshooting

For manufacturing entities with offices in remote locations, equipment maintenance can involve costly and time-consuming travel. However, by simulating the environment in these locations, XR makes it possible for engineers to remotely provide support without having to be at the actual location.

Interactive Merchandizing

Taking the product beyond its packaging, XR can be applied to driving product interaction in store. It virtually gives shoppers a taste of what the product has to offer and builds valuable brand presence.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is XR making an impact in the manufacturing industry?

    According to a 2020 survey of manufacturers, more than half have implemented AR/VR technology into their organization. 27% have fully deployed some sort of AR/VR solution and are expected to upscale, while 35% have plans of deployment in the pipeline. Extended Reality (XR) is poised to boost Product and Development by USD 360 billion in 2030.

    How can AR/VR be used in the manufacturing sector?

    By enabling immersive, real-time interaction, AR/VR can be used to provide potential hires with a hands-on experience of equipment and tools, lowering training time and costs. It can also be integrated into the product assembly process making it easier to spot mistakes and troubleshoot without the need for downtime.

    How does Extended Reality (XR) help in onboarding and training?

    Giving workers a chance to interact with the equipment in a simulated setting allows them to understand its workings in-depth thus enabling them to foresee any issues. All of this prepares them for a real-world working environment in a more efficient way.

    Does AR/VR have an impact on productivity in the manufacturing sector?

    29% of companies that were polled in a survey in 2020 on leveraging AR/VR technologies claimed to have made a 25% increase in productivity efficiency. 61% of the participants also said they have realized a 20% savings in costs.

    What is the future of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in manufacturing?

    AR/VR is well on its way to transforming the manufacturing sector. Companies are already taking advantage of solutions such as virtual training programs and introducing XR-powered robots on the factory floor.

    What are the challenges of deploying AR/VR technologies in manufacturing?

    Scalability is one of the most significant challenges for manufacturers in deploying AR/VR technologies. The kind of speed and scale that is required to drive innovation in the manufacturing sector can be achieved in partnership with technology providers who have the right expertise, platforms and infrastructure to deliver effectively.