Augmented reality is a technology that overlays virtual objects in the real world.
This technology, which has been actively used in games, education, and experience, is further developed and is being fused and developed into a platform that best suits the industrial field.
Based on the real world, the user interacts with the virtual skin and gives a sense of reality that enhances.
Technologies that we have encountered through solutions such as games and experiences have become more advanced and applied to complex production, assembly, repair, maintenance, and logistics management beyond the established areas of finance, transportation, security and marketing.
Advanced AR technology has been developed and used as AR UI in the field of equipment control and security with complex interfaces.
With a very simple gesture, the operator opens up the confusing parts of the manual and compares them to the work piece.
Sweden's IKEA wears simple glasses and goes down the warehouse, and you'll see the location and inventory of the products you want.
An engineer at the headquarters, 200 kilometers away, appears in front of an employee on site and orders. 'Tighten this nut right away.'
Bstarcom aims for a Smart Factory by integrating AR technology with measurement equipment and industrial equipment. The industrial field where AR is applied may be a bit unfamiliar in Korea, but it is a technology that has been introduced early by famous overseas companies and is activated in the fields of logistics, production, education, communication. Bstarcom is developing and grafting Korean AR in consideration of the productivity and introduction cost of SME’s in Korea.