Spiral Technology Joins the Air Force Accelerator Powered by TechstarsJanuary 22nd 2020permalink
Spiral Technology, an augmented reality company headquartered in Singapore, was accepted to the third cohort of the Air Force Accelerator Powered by TechStars. The company is on a mission to simplify how the industrial workforce interacts with technical information.
Spiral builds a software platform for augmented reality devices that delivers information contextually when and where it is needed and powering technicians with the machine intelligence enabled by the new capabilities of the headsets.
From the first days of the program Spiral will join forces with VeriTX, a blockchain-based B2B marketplace for Industry 4.0, aimed to develop a comprehensive solution for aerospace maintenance. The resulting integrated solution will enable a service technician to order a part for delivery, or instantly license and 3D print the part through VeriTX's digital marketplace, right from within the Spiral AR maintenance system immediately upon discovery of the faulty part.
An integrated solution will help re-invent the approach to supply chain in Aerospace maintenance with blockchain technology underpinning the transformation,
said James Regenor, Founder and President of VeriXT.
The growing sophistication of industrial equipment, desire to capture intellectual property currently residing in the heads of experts, tightening cost controls and need for automated validation of complex technical operations trigger the need for smart virtual assistants for manufacturing and maintenance professionals.
Archiving expertise residing in the heads of key personnel, and combining that with historical maintenance information and technical references, then reproduced and displayed seamlessly and instantly to any technician anywhere are critical capabilities for retention of corporate know-how and readiness of military equipment and vehicles
said Warren Katz, Managing Director of the Accelerator.
The TechStars program will open the US market for Spiral while working with the Air Force will support our ambition to meet the standards of the most demanding of customers.
Augmented reality is ideally suited for industrial training and remote technical support,
points out Frank van Liempt, Head of Aerospace Solutions at Spiral.
While our platform also has these capabilities, we see tremendous scope for production solutions whereby the powerful headset sensors are leveraged for quality assurance
The accelerator has a successful track record. Currently, in its third iteration, the 20 companies that have gone through the program have won more than $20 million in Department of Defense contracts for prototypes and products.
For more information please visit https://www.techstars.com/content/accelerators/air-force-accelerator-powered-techstars-proudly-announces-class-2020/
About Spiral Technology
Spiral develops an augmented reality platform for knowledge capture, maintenance training, correctness checking, and validation of technical tasks.
VeriTX is a trusted digital commerce marketplace for buying and selling digital and physical assets and maintaining trusted maintenance and lease records.
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Press releaseFebruary 1st 2019permalink
Spiral Technology becomes a member of the global VR/AR Association
1 April 2018, Singapore ― Spiral is pleased to announce that it has become the member of the global VR/AR Association. Both the VR/AR Association and Spiral are dedicated to fostering growth in the augmented reality and mixed reality industries.
As a member, Spiral will participate in the Association's initiatives in South East Asia and will be connected with VR AR organizations to accelerate the market with smart growth. In addition, Spiral Technology will contribute to the VR/AR Enterprise Industry Sector Report due to be published in March/April 2019.
We believe the tipping point will be in 2020, followed by ramping adoption across industrial sectors. This will follow a similar pattern, though on a smaller scale, as enterprise smartphone adoption over the past decade,
writes Artillry Intelligence, research and intelligence unit
We are excited to participate in the VR/AR Association and to interact with all the worldwide members by shaping the global industry ecosystem together
says Andrii Ieroshevych, Spiral's founder and CTO.
For more information please visit www.thevrara.com.