As a Qualcomm frequent employee, it would be strange if Nreal did not reveal anything new at the Snapdragon Summit this week.
Fortunately, we can leave this sense of discomfort behind as augmented reality smartglasses maker has given the participants of the Qualcomm conference in Hawaii an insight into how the Nreal Light can be used for businesses.
On Thursday, Nreal showed the prototype of a remote field service app called AR FieldAdvisor, which the company has partnered with through Qualcomm and T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom. With the app, Nreal Light users can annotate objects in their field of view and stream what they see to remote experts. They can also add virtual notes or charts to the scene and share data with the user in real time.
The solution will use 5G connectivity via Deutsche Telekom to provide remote experts with field technicians and the Snapdragon 835 Joining platform for smartphone-connected AR wearables "We look forward to working with world-class partners to bring the AR FieldAdvisor from an idea to a comprehensive XR experience using state-of-the-art spatial computing," said Alex Jinsung Choi, Senior Vice President Strategy and Technology Innovation at Deutsche Telekom. "In the future, we will focus on integrating 5G and Edge Computing into MobiledgeX to scale the solution for the enterprise market.
While the app is an everyday solution for enterprise AR, it offers new opportunities The Nreal Light, since Nreal has marketed the device primarily as AR smart glasses for end users: So the well-known music artist Steve Aoki was recently shown in the social media (see below) with the Nreal Light – a typical Nreal celebrity The reality that the acceptance of AR headsets and smartglasses in businesses far exceeds consumer demand at present.