Augmented Reality (AR) technology is making a big impact in the automotive repair industry, taking training, service and repairs to a new level.
With AR industrial applications technicians can perform service and repairs by accessing the latest digital repair processes and service manuals.
The technology is also being used for training, providing a new level of digital knowledge never been seen before.
Tradiebot Industries an Australian based Auto Innovation company is leading the way when it comes to high tech auto repair solutions.
At the AAAA/Collision Repair Expo in Melbourne last weekend, Tradiebot launched its Augmented Reality software application WorxAR.
This cutting-edge innovation delivers latest release information to users at the touch of their fingertips via smart devices such as phones and tablets.
Tradiebot founder Mario Dimovski said expo visitors were “excited and amazed” at the new digital tool.
“Having such technology on offer will be a game changer,” he said. “Context relevant information can now be delivered in an on-the-job interactive way that is so intuitive and effortless for end users to assist in repairs, service, maintenance and training.”
Kevin Woolerton, Director of Marketing at PPG said: “This is the next evolution in how information is offered and a real boost to our industry that is struggling to maintain an upskilled workforce.
“This technology will allow the upskill of future technicians whilst also providing knowledge to technicians in digital format.”
Tradiebot has had expressions of interest from a broad range of potential automotive based customers worldwide that may benefit from the innovative software technology.
The profile of users is extremally broad from OEM, training providers to machinery and equipment manufacturers.
They can now turn their current paper-based manuals and processes into a digital interactive platform like WorxAR.