Visual Design Studio Soluis has worked with Microsoft HoloLens to showcase its “Augmented Worker”, a system that is being developed for the manufacturing and construction industry.
The Augmented Worker will revolutionise the construction and manufacturing industries.
It will drive greater certainty, safety, efficiency and sustainability through five key areas – co-design, digital job guidance, progress monitoring, safety guidance and asset management. This will allow jobs to be delivered on time, and within budget, whilst also giving a greater level of collaboration and communication between teams and partners on projects.
Reducing the need for paper or mobile based handheld devices, gives workers a hands-free, heads-up solution for a greater level of safety whilst providing real-time visualisation on-site.
Sublime will work with partner organisations that will add considerable skills, knowledge and connections in the industry. This includes the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Laing O’Rourke and Microsoft.
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Martin McDonnell, Chairman and Founder of Soluis Group and CEO of Sublime, said: “The proof of concept project with Crossrail showed how this technology could be applied and add incredible value to the industry. However, our vision was to develop this concept much further and create a set of tools that would form the augmented worker of the future.
“The system, named the “Augmented Worker” is a pioneering a system that enable the intelligent design, construction, maintenance and whole-life value of buildings, supporting construction and infrastructure growth.”