Creating a new working environment for technical personnel
SPIRAL TECHNOLOGY IS FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGING THE WAY IN WHICH ENGINEERS WILL INTERACT WITH INFORMATION
Reactor — Mixed Reality platform. Single access point to the most needed technical knowledge
Extend your vision
Engineers can navigate the procedures hands-free steering the system with the voice commands only.
Notes and messages for other technicians can be added in real time.
The most critical and sophisticated steps can be explained engaging object recognition algorithm which will visually highlight the parts of the engine being inspected
Mixed Reality could supercharge the traditional maintenance manuals by converting them into interactive step-by-step assistants.
Instructions are further enriched with 3D section graphics, video tutorials and virtual callouts overlaying physical assets.
Access work instructions
MRO engineer starts his shift by putting on the holographic glasses where he sees the tasks assigned for the day.
In his personal virtual workspace, he can track the task progress, check his performance statistics and access related reference materials. He reports on the completion via voice-controlled assistant and submits the report electronically. Ditch the paper
Certified inspection instructions are preloaded to the glasses. Engineer is guided through the steps by the audio or video assistant.
Photo, video and text notes can be made on the go, virtual tags and voice comments can be added for a next technician to take over the shift.
The most challenging steps are supported by virtual highlighting on top of the inspected asset. The procedure is recorded and can be checked by the supervisor at any time.
An inspection report can be prepared hands-free by ticking virtual boxes or by making the text notes with voice commands only. No paper instructions, laptop or tablet are needed anymore.
Deepen the understanding
Recognition of the real-world objects with the pixel precision allows to overlay digital data on them and to show the user what is invisible otherwise. The same algorithm allows to steer the digital application manipulating physical objects, i.e. you can “click” on the real engine or its parts and trigger the action in the application. You can literally touch the virtual
Mixed reality can help the less experienced technician to cut through the most complex parts of the engine assembly/disassembly process by providing clear and precise instructions.
If still in doubt an engineer can get real-time advice from the senior expert.
Video tutorials, recordings of the previous maintenance session on the same module, real-time streaming of the field operations to the supervisor office, borescope inspections - all this made possible with the Mixed Reality headset.
the technician can order spare parts or tooling directly through the Mixed Reality interface with voice commands instead of stopping the process to check The availability in the stock management system. The technician can order spare parts or tooling directly through the Mixed Reality interface with voice commands instead of stopping the process to check the availability in the stock management system.
Engine and parts recognition
- Parts highlighting
- Show invisible parts
- Search guidance
- Spare parts shop management system
- Reports and Statistics
- Assignment and Task management
- Performance feedback
- Hands free documentation
- Marking and tagging
- Video, voice and photo attachments
Immersive 3D graphics
- Manual enrichment by 3D models
- Interactive models
- Link 3d models to real object
- Two way interaction: 3D Model / Real Object
- Video catalog
- Smart suggesting
- Note taking
- Serial numbers recognition
- Autofilling data
- Markers and barcodes scan
- Note taking