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Five Ways AR is Revolutionising the Manufacturing Industry





“Simply put, we believe augmented reality is going to change the way we use technology forever” Tim Cook, Apple CEO at the fourth quarter earnings call, 2017

Prior to 2016, augmented reality (AR) in manufacturing was merely a pipe dream. Now, the potential for AR is recognised in many industries, including pharmaceutical manufacturing. The technology allows workers wearing transparent AR glasses to see both the real world around them as well as virtual information projected on their glasses to help them get their job done. All of this is hands free and at the location where the work is needed. AR is poised to revolutionise the manufacturing plant floor.


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Patrick Liddy is a qualified Electrical Engineer BEng, CEM, MIEI from University College Dublin, Ireland, and holds a diploma in Business from Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland. He brought innovation to the electricity market by founding Activation Energy, an energy efficiency software platform working with large energy users, and, following an acquisition by Nasdaq listed EnerNOC in 2014, led the company to be the largest demand response company both in Ireland and the UK. When Patrick first encountered AR smart glasses, he was convinced the technology would change how industry gets work done. In 2017, he re-entered the entrepreneurial space, founding UtilityAR, an AR software developer that creates AR solutions for utilities, industry, and other organisations who manage large portfolios of physical assets. The company now boasts local and multinational clients in the data centre, pharma, and utility sectors.


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