Because of the ongoing pandemic, the industrial sector is facing significant scarcities in expertise, especially regarding industrial maintenance. To fight it, businesses are upgrading their workspaces with new instruments such as remote control inspection camera.
While lockdown and travel bans have become the New Normal, many businesses and factories have started to implement augmented reality tools to overcome these difficulties.
Augmented reality performed with an AR remote control inspection camera for example has been used more and more often as a new way of performing non-destructive testing (NDT).
Augmented Reality New Tools For NDT
Using augmented reality newest tools such as in the case of Kiber 3 to perform the best possible non-destructive testing in our industries is almost mandatory if we want to cut losses and have optimal results at the same time.
Plus, using these kinds of instruments improves overall OSH rating too.
Let’s take for example a leaking pipeline: if we decide to use a remote control inspection camera, guided by a remote specialist, we’ll be able to fix the problem in the safest possible way while having the aid of not only one of our local workforce, but from any specialist (or specialists) around the world connected as a remote user.
The remote experts will act as if they were there, pointing out any issues seen on the camera, such as a corrosion in the pipelines as the cause of the leak, by superimposing visual data on the screen seen by local users.
Industries Implementing Augmented Reality Solutions
There are many industries which are implementing augmented reality solutions for their sectors.
In industrial maintenance we have seen a large use of this tech for almost 10 years because of highly demanding technical work required in some industrial sectors, such as the military one for example.
Henderson & Feiner have observed in their studies in 2009 that the military sector mechanical staff applied AR tech on large scale while conducting their routine maintenance operations such as for testing bulletproof vehicles, obviously in a safer way than it used to be before AR came to the rescue.
In the same way, its large use has been registered in the manufacturing industries.
The famous German company BMW, one of the most important companies in the world for manufacturing cars and vehicle components, invested intensely in AR maintenance for its car repair and car maintenance divisions.
According to the German company, their specialists wearing special head-mounted devices (HMD) empowered not with data goggles (such as the ones included in Kiber 3 kit) connected with their servers, the technicians received an a three-dimensional help to diagnose and solve any kind of issue or fault in the fastest way possible between all the methods tested until then.
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The Kiber 3 Kit
Kiber 3 is an augmented reality tool which will be able to perform the operations shown and explained in the aforementioned paragraphs in the safest and smarter way possible nowadays.
Thanks to its AR tech binocular visor, your workforce will be able to see all the information needed for the task directly on their screen.
Designated for low eyestrain and high quality display solution, it is also empowered by an integrated headset able to communicate and receive information in any kind of environment, even the noisier ones.
Kiber 3 Kit is Atex Zone 1 certified, which means that your workforce will be able to equip a safe hands-free wearable solution in various hazardous environments, because of the way it has been manufactured.
Kiber 3 is made of an extreme hard carbon fibre reinforced composite polyamide, which is used to assure the highest standards for safety on the workspace.