HoloLens-Enabled Elevators Help Repair Technicians Minimize Delays

HoloLens-Enabled Elevators Help Repair Technicians Minimize Delays

Engineering firm ThyssenKrupp is using mixed reality to take the lift industry to new heights

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 22 september 2016

ThyssenKrupp, the multinational conglomerate that brought you the MULTI elevator system, has recently announced the implementation of Microsoft’s Hololens out in the field where technicians and engineers will benefit from minimized delays and matchless workflow. Fusing cloud computing and digital IoT solutions with an augmented reality interface, the software and engineering giants have devised a solution dubbed MAX.  MAX facilitates the real-time prediction of repairs and component replacements, priming experts on potential issues before they arise.

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