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PTS Logistics has successfully carried out a pilot project testing the Microsoft HoloLens Smart Glass in their packaging plant in Bremen. In cooperation with ProLog Innovation, SMS group and leading expert on wearable computing Ubimax, a successful prototype was developed, which demonstrates the potential of Augmented Reality applications in processes of industrial logistics.

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Ubimax' Remote Assistance solution "xAssist" running on Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses supports Kieback & Peter technicians in their daily maintenance and troubleshooting work.

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Samsung successfully implements the Ubimax pick-by-vision solution xPick at its european warehouse for spare parts.

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Use of Smart Glasses and Ubimax worker guidance application xMake at WS Kunststoff-Service GmbH.

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Schnellecke Logistics successfully implements the Ubimax pick-by-vision solution xPick at its Wolfsburg site for the sequencing of exhaust gas systems (© 2015 Schnellecke Logistics)

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DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, has successfully carried out a pilot project testing smart glasses in a warehouse in the Netherlands as a first step in their Augmented Reality journey. In cooperation with DHL customer Ricoh and leading wearable computing solutions expert Ubimax, the technology was used to implement ‘vision picking’ in warehousing operations. For more information on the application of Augmented Reality technology in logistics, download the DHL trend report at http://www.dhl.com/augmentedreality

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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Ubimax Headquarter

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Ubimax's new headquarter is still located in Bremen. Due to the rapid growth, the hanseatic Wearable Computing Experts moved from the more traditional Baumwollbörse to the open spaced Schuppen 2, Überseestadt. Now more than 1,500 square meters and a permanent showroom are avaiable to demo innovative solutions and latest Augmented Reality Technolgy.

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