Vuzix & TechSee unveil breakthrough tech
Field service technicians love Vuzix Smart Glasses. Not only do they allow new technicians to receive contact-free training from anywhere, wearable displays let them loop in remote experts to handle complex jobs.
Now, they can add automatic troubleshooting to the list.
By combining the power of AR (augmented reality) and computer vision, Vuzix users can employ TechSee’s AI-powered software to make diagnosing issues much easier.
What the Vuzix - TechSee partnership means:
Off-site experts aren’t always required. AI can detect technical problems with 98% accuracy. This innovation could cut labor in half across a wide variety of disciplines.
AI can also guide technicians through resolution procedures. Simply input model numbers and steps are broadcast directly into a device’s display.
TechSee’s technology can automatically diagnose issues for field service technicians.
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AI and Smart Glasses
Countless industries are set to be affected by this technology, among them:
- Field service
- Consumer electronics
This partnership envisions a future where technicians can fix any issue by putting on a pair of Smart Glasses and letting artificial intelligence walk them through it.
Yes, just like Tony Stark and Jarvis in The Avengers.
Until then, expect your mechanic to rely on a little help from AI and Smart Glasses in the near future.
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