Boosting MedTech training and after-sales services with augmented reality

With travel restrictions and physical distancing widely adopted as measures to tackle the global Covid-19 crisis, many sectors of society have had to expedite their digitisation plans and look at more effective ways for remote working. But there are also many essential service workers who can’t do their jobs remotely. How can we assist them in these exceptional times?

In this blog, Stereoscape’s Karoliina Leisti discusses how augmented reality and other digital interactive technologies can help boost learning, installation and maintenance functions in the MedTech sector.

XR technology and the road to business benefits

XR technology use

AR and VR are helping drive digital transformation in enterprises. VR is typically used in product design or to replicate real-life situations in immersive learning, whilst AR is streamlining workflows, speeding up troubleshooting, boosting on-the-job learning and more. Presenting a solid business case is one of the key steps in adopting AR/VR for enterprise use. A well-structured proof of concept will help you build the business case.

Closing the skills and productivity gap with Augmented Reality

Lisätty todellisuus varastossa

The 2019 annual economic survey by Eurochambres highlights the lack of skilled workers as one of the major challenges European companies are facing. Hiring under-qualified employees means companies will have to spend more time and money on training, which has a negative impact on productivity. Augmented reality is one of the technologies that can help close the skills and productivity gap by enabling effective on-the-job guidance.