CEO Bardia Bina addresses asset and maintenance professionals on the power of digital twins for maintenance and engineering.
Interaptix addressed the local chapter of the Professional Asset Management Association of Canada to share the message of how Digital Twins and Augmented Reality can positively impact the productivity, collaboration, and accuracy of maintenance activities globally.
From the PEMAC SITE:
Augmented Reality and Digital Twins. Two terms that conjure up images of science fiction, costly projects, and limited applicability to industry. How could these technologies be of interest to asset, risk, and maintenance professionals? Market forces including the global pandemic have changed the business world radically over the last 12 months. As operational leaders approach, assess, and execute asset and risk management strategies for 2021 and beyond, they need to be aware of how these technologies can benefit their organizations today, not just in the future! Dr Bardia Bina and Eric Bradnam of Interaptix Inc. will take PEMAC members through a brief introduction of the subject matter, an overview of the market forces, an orientation on the tools and technologies available today, and specific use cases with tangible results for organizations that have deployed these solutions.
Interaptix Inc. was established in 2013 as an early pioneer in constructing Augmented Reality solutions for the industrial enterprise. In response rise of the remote workforce and the lessened technological barrier to entry to AR and digital twins, AptixAR Remote Audit was launched in 2020. Interaptix is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.