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WSJ: Lockheed Martin Deploys Augmented Reality for Spacecraft Manufacturing

On August 1, in the Wall Street Journal, Sara Castellanos posted an article exploring Lockheed Martin's use of augmented reality, particularly the work done on their Orion project using Scope AR's WorkLink. Some highlights from the article: Lockheed Martin Corp.’s space division is using augmented reality headsets and software to speed up the time it takes for engineers to learn about and conduct manufacturing processes on spacecraft, said Yvonne Hodge, the division’s vice president and

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ARtillry: Scope AR Demonstrates 99% Productivity Boost

Today in ARtillry, Mike Boland posted an article about the incredible ROI metrics experienced by Lockheed Martin, Unilever and Prince Castle. Here are some highlights from the article:     As we’ve examined in past reports and our latest market sizing figures, enterprise AR’s biggest friction is with enterprises themselves. This is due to typical red tape, sales cycles and risk aversion. But the walls are breaking down and we could see a tipping point in the next few year

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Tom's Hardware: Scope AR Is Bringing Its Remote AR, WorkLink Apps Together

This week in Tom's Hardware, Kevin Carbotte published an article about the merging of Scope AR's two products, Remote AR and WorkLink. Here are some highlights from the article:   Scope AR today revealed its plans to bring the Remote AR and WorkLink applications together as one. Scope AR offers two enterprise-level augmented reality applications. The company’s WorkLink software enables hardware manufacturers to create 3D augmented reality repair procedure instructions for on-si

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UploadVR: Scope AR Merges Its AR Collaboration And Instructional Apps

This week in UploadVR, Jamie Feltham published an article about the merging of Scope AR's two products, Remote AR and WorkLink. Here are some highlights from the article:   Among many other possibilities, two of AR’s most promising use-cases are real-time collaboration and instructional experiences. San Francisco-based Scope AR has been working on both of these solutions for some time but, to take its work a step further, it’s now combining the two.   By combining the two

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Next Reality: Scope AR Merges Its AR Workflow & Remote Assistance Functions into One App

This week in Next Reality, Tommy Palladino published an article about the merging of Scope AR's two products, Remote AR and WorkLink. Here are some highlights from the article:   Enterprise augmented reality software maker Scope AR is bringing the powers of its two productivity apps together like the Wonder Twins into the form of a single app. Rather than swap back and forth between the apps, users can now press a single button to access the functions. Having trouble understandi

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Scope AR Brings the Next-Generation of Augmented Reality to the Enterprise with New AR Platform that Delivers Both Real-time Remote Assistance and AR Smart Instructions

Scope AR, the pioneer of enterprise-class augmented reality (AR) solutions, today at Augmented World Expo 2018 (AWE) announced the industry’s first AR platform that offers both real-time remote assistance and access to AR guided smart instructions simultaneously in one application. By combining the functionality of the company’s AR-based live support video calling application, Remote AR, with the company’s AR content creation platform, WorkLink, into one product, organizations can no

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TechCrunch: For ScopeAR, the market is finally catching up with the technology

Ron Miller of TechCrunch highlighted some key milestones for Scope AR in his recent article: ScopeAR, a graduate of the Y Combinator Summer 2015 class, came to the augmented reality game very early, launching in 2011 when there was very little hardware and most people didn’t understand the technology. But it has managed to hang around long enough for the market and the hardware to finally catch with the founders’ vision of using AR as an advanced training tool in the enterprise. Read t

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Next Reality: Scope AR Adds ARCore Support to Live Remote Assistance App

Jason Odom from Next Reality released an article this week on how Remote AR now supports ARCore. Here are some highlights:   Of the many highly scrutinized, practical use cases for AR, remote assistance (that is, having a visual connection between a needed expert and the people who require an expert's assistance) seems to be taking the lead. And as a potentially massive money saver, this is especially true in the enterprise space. The time of an expert can be a precious thing. And

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Venture Beat's Feature on Scope AR: 4 Factors for Enterprises to Consider when Adopting AR

Venture Beat released an article this week on how Remote AR now supports ARCore, with contributions from Scope AR's Scott Montgomerie. Here are some highlights: Know your security needs Today’s AR solutions are sophisticated enough to meet existing security protocols, it’s a matter of finding an AR partner that values your security needs as much as you do in order to navigate emerging needs together. This is a whole new industry; there are no workplace standards or certifications for

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Tom's Hardware: Remote AR Technical Assistance Platform Gets ARCore Support

Kevin Carbotte from Tom's Hardware released an article this week on how Remote AR now supports ARCore. Here are some highlights: Scope AR continues to improve the Remote AR augmented reality technical assistance platform. The company today announced that it adopted Google ARCore 1.0 to extend the capabilities of Remote AR to a much wider range of devices, which means enterprise customers can now use Scope AR’s advanced tech support tools without deploying specialized hardware. Scop

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siliconANGLE: Scope AR brings remote support into your garage with ARCore integration

Kyt Dotson from SiliconANGLE released an article this week on how Remote AR now supports ARCore. Here are some highlights: Enterprise-class augmented reality company Scope AR today announced the integration of Google Inc.’s ARCore into its remote support video calling application Remote AR. This integration of ARCore extends Remote AR capabilities on newer Android devices and follows the integration of Apple Inc.’s ARKit for greater iOS device support. Scope AR worked hand-in

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Hypergrid Business says Remote AR is one of the cool AR apps to try with Apple's New Phones

David Kariuki at Hypergrid Business released an article this week about Apple's New Phones, and some apps that you should try with their new capabilities. Remote AR is listed as one of these apps, with David mentioning that "applications developed with ARKit such as Scope AR are easy to use and users do not need any training and much time to understand how it works, which could increase adoption." Check out the full article below: http://www.hypergridbusiness.com/2017/11/apple-arkit-pho

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