Today, Glartek announced version 2.0 of its AR collaboration solutions, which provide AI and RT3D spatial assets ready for use in team management, training, and analytics.

Glartek 2.0 marks an active move from the firm to increase its frontline solutions performance, notably to enhance its real-time collaboration, connectivity, and software rollout abilities.

New features in Glartek 2.0 include a new worker skill management page for allocating tasks, identifying training needs, and tackling skills gaps.

Moreover, new dashboard features enable real-time metrics to speed decision-making, and new templates ensure prompt software adoption. Finally, the update also adds 3D training models, such as digital twins of machinery.

Notably, following the genAI trend, Glartek 2.0 integrates the booming technology to extract and automate data for automatically creating training templates.

Bruno Duarte, the CEO at Glartek, added:

We are so excited to be expanding our digital solution and adding maturity to our technology. Glartek 2.0 provides a more comprehensive approach to specific issues in the industry while expanding the capabilities of users. We listened to our clients and drew up from real-life experiences what companies were lacking, and we are now introducing the necessary changes to help companies streamline their operations and have a more complete experience using our software. At Glartek, we believe that both providers and clients can achieve continuous improvement, and we are leading the way to a new future.

Glartek 2.0 also introduces features to its Augmented & Connected Worker Platform for new onboarding expectations. The new onboarding features include augmented step-by-step guides for relevant Glartek 2.0, allowing clients to digitise and optimise immersive training integration.

Glartek 2.0 to Support Enterprise Scaling

Glartek notes that its recent update supports performance optimisation and enterprise-wide scalability.

The firm explains that clients can simultaneously deploy its solution in multiple workplace environments – such as a factory – with an assurance that “no lag time” will instruct busy business operations.

Moreover, Glartek supports software scaling across dispersed factories by supporting new languages in its system.

Constantino Pinto, a Maintenance Director at Renault, spoke on their firm’s integration of Glartek’s frontline tool:

Glartek’s product reduced our maintenance task length by 80%, which increased our plant’s overall efficiency. Additionally, workers without any experience with the equipment still managed to execute processes, which made us gain more flexibility and agility.

Glartek Debuts on Vision Pro

Glartek’s frontline solutions are already used in various industry markets such as manufacturing, automotive, utilities, and paper & pulp. The software can also be used in other areas, such as retail, training, and remote assistance, to help workers stay safe and productive.

Glartek also integrated its Augmented & Connected Worker solution onto the Apple Vision Pro headset last month, seeing Glartek’s services empower frontline workers with the Vision Pro’s powerful hardware.

Luís Murcho, the COO of Glartek, noted that the Vision Pro debut highlights a “clear indicator of the future of the technologies and demonstrates the vitality of its ongoing expansion.”

Murcho also added:

At Glartek, we instantly felt the need to make our solution compatible with this latest device to demonstrate our commitment to providing clients with our solution across multiple devices and to showcase our constant need to innovate and use the latest tools to expand our potential.

Glartek announced that its frontline solution is now available on Apple’s Vision Pro. This allows users to use the device’s eye-tracking technology and micro-OLED display to interact with digital assets, including AR work instructions, AR guidance maps, access to documents, checklists, and 3D models.

The software provides assistive augmented visuals to help workers complete tasks more effectively while multitasking with digital assets. Despite its high-end specifications, the Apple Vision Pro may be considered expensive, priced at $3,500, making it less accessible to some consumers. The device features 256GB/512GB/1TB storage, a 23 million pixel display, 90Hz/96Hz/100Hz refresh rate, spatial audio, 2 hours of battery life, Bluetooth, eye tracking, and hand tracking, and weighs between 21.2-22.9 ounces.

The Apple Vision Pro is expected to break the trend of impressive XR devices that lack system-selling applications. This is due to Apple’s preparation of developers last year, resulting in many applications now being available on the device. More than 1,000 spatial applications are available on the XR device, including many enterprise services ready for frontline workers. Leading workplace applications on the Apple Vision Pro include SynergyXR, JigSpace, Omniplan, Zoom, Microsoft 365, and Teams.

This article was originally published by Rory Greener for XR Today. Read the original article here.