- Route guidance and real-time traffic
- Wearables and smart glasses to observe dangers and provide caution
- Reduce delays and risk of errors
Augmented Reality for infrastructure and networks is becoming more accessible in our mobile age. Increased use of handheld devices, apps and widespread internet connection increases accessibility to connected infrastructure and services. Our everyday infrastructure – roads, water, buildings, facilities and telecommunications are advancing everyday.
There are more smart cities to increase innovation, jobs and growth. We live in a sharing economy, big data and open data. Augmented Reality has the potential to allow access to all data and improve overall standards of living for citizens and tourists alike.
How can Augmented Reality be used for infrastructure and networks?
Augmented Reality for infrastructure and networks is a platform to utilise data to improve our lives. There are infinite possibilities ranging from the public sector, to transport, to sustainability and emergency services to name a few. Augmented Reality will allow our society to be smarter and quick to respond to the changes around us.
Our cities can become much smarter with access to real-time tools to help all our local services and facilities to improve our day-to-day lives. We can provide much more information from our mobile devices, our vehicles about our surroundings.