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Factory AR/VR

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What is Factory AR/VR?

Companies in this market develop glasses and other augmented or virtual reality software to help workers go through training, keep track of processes, and reference internal databases. Training can occur on virtual representations of machinery and working environments and include scenarios like malfunctions and breakdowns.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Factory AR/VR. These companies include Taqtile and Upskill.

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Taqtile

United States / Founded Year: 2011

Taqtile develops virtual reality, mixed reality, and mobile software and solutions. The company specializes in building cross-platform, cross-industry, mixed reality software solutions that can improve industrial processes, complex task learning, and data visualization. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Key People

Edmar Miyake, Dirck Schou, Timothy Brillon, and 1 more

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Upskill

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Upskill develops enterprise software for augmented reality devices in industrial settings. Upskill's Skylight software product runs on many types of devices, integrates with existing business systems, and is in a range of industrial operations including manufacturing, field service, repair, training, and compliance.On March 2nd, 2021, Upskill was acquired by TeamViewer. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Key People

Craig Cummings, Chris Hoyt, Brian Ballard, and 1 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Factory AR/VR. These companies include Dispelix and Light Guide Systems.

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Dispelix

Finland / Founded Year: 2015

Dispelix is a manufacturer of high-performance Augmented Reality see-through displays from high-end industrial applications to mass-market consumer products. The displays can even be integrated with the lenses of ordinary glasses.

Known Partners

AAC Technologies, OQmented, HOYA, and 1 more

Key People

Jyrki Saarinen, Juuso Olkkonen, Antti Sunnari, and 2 more

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Light Guide Systems

United States / Founded Year: 2005

Light Guide Systems (LGS) is an augmented reality tool for use in the manufacturing process. LGS uses proprietary software and projection process to improve manufacturing operations on the shop floor.

Known Partners

eFlex Systems, Engineering Ingegneria

Key People

Paul Ryznar, James Megyesi, William Sommerville, and 1 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Factory AR/VR. These companies include Scope AR.

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Scope AR

United States / Founded Year: 2011

Scope AR is a provider of industrial Augmented Reality (AR) solutions and products designed for support in areas of training, maintenance and field support. The Company integrates the most current AR technologies into their solutions, which are deployable onto tablets, smartphones, and AR glasses providing the user with a "See-It, Do-it" experience. Scope AR has been developing augmented reality technologies for industrial clients, including a variety of industries such as mining, oil and gas, aerospace, medical and military.

Known Partners

ServiceMax

Key People

Scott Montgomerie

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Factory AR/VR. These companies include RE'FLEKT.

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RE'FLEKT

Germany / Founded Year: 2012

RE'FLEKT is a Munich-based technology company that enables any business or industry to create their own in-house Augmented and Virtual Reality applications. By making AR and VR affordable and scalable for business, RE'FLEKT's groundbreaking human-centered platforms empower anyone to simply infuse their industry knowledge into customized AR and VR solutions.On February 8th, 2022, RE'FLEKT was acquired by PTC. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Known Partners

Software AG

Key People

Wolfgang Stelzle, Dirk Schart, Thomas Perrevoort, and 1 more

What is Factory AR/VR?

Companies in this market develop glasses and other augmented or virtual reality software to help workers go through training, keep track of processes, and reference internal databases. Training can occur on virtual representations of machinery and working environments and include scenarios like malfunctions and breakdowns.

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