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Use collaborative telepresence to provide operators and scientists with the ability to share their physical work environment with remote vendors, colleagues or SMEs around the world. Assess conditions, troubleshoot and provide immediate support and guided instruction.
Operators can virtually access critical SOPs, batch records, assays, and other critical information in their field of view, without having to consult a physical manual or guide. Visualize your work and conduct lifesaving research and testing with greater control, reliability and safety.
Automatically captures data while the scientist or operator is performing a task. All data is logged, tracked and easily exported for audit readiness and analysis.
Connect and compete globally with AR and advanced smart devices that fit any environment. Communicate and solve problems with immediate remote support and guided step-by- step instruction, reducing unnecessary cost and time expenditures.
Deliver industry-compliant, safe and cost-effective product development with reduced errors or time delay. Manuals can be leveraged for risk-free and cost-effective training in the workforce.
Deliver industry-compliant, safe and cost-effective product development with reduced errors or time delay. Collect analog lab and manufacturing data to provide risk-free and cost-effective training prevent process deviation.
Collaborate with facilities, vendors and SMEs around the globe, without delay. Address concerns and correct issues in real time with immediate remote support and connectivity.
All data is logged, tracked and easily exported for audit readiness and analysis. Manuals provides critical insight for controlling and preventing future process deviation.
Seamlessly capture and record handwriting, barcodes, QR codes, voice notes, values from digital number displays, labels, gauges and even sample volumes for future point-of-reference material.