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Optimized Experience for Industrial Workforce

Librestream, an augmented reality (AR) platform for industrial workforce collaboration, has extended its capabilities to Microsoft Teams. Librestream's Onsight solution is optimized for collaboration across the deskless workforce.

"Deskless workers, which make up 80% of the global working population, have unique challenges requiring specialized solutions. The solutions that perform for office workers are not the same for those working in industrial environments, yet increasingly, these workers must cross-collaborate. Integrating with Teams bridges this gap," said John Bishop, Librestream President and CEO.

Librestream's Onsight solution delivers industrial requirements such as:

  • Privacy enforcement with customized privacy acceptance and content capture controls
  • Centralized knowledge capture and curated delivery of images, recordings, data and step-by-step work instructions
  • Auto-tagged content using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and data from third-party systems for future analysis and delivery
  • Full collaboration with audio, video, images and drawing across all industrial environments-and requires only 30 kbps
  • Flexible deployment options with hosted and on-premises availability
  • Automatic object recognition with trained computer vision models to reduce cognitive load
  • Integration into existing IoT data sources to display data that informs and guides workers
  • Customized experience with back-end system integration and private label options
  • Seamlessly within Teams, workers launch an Onsight session gaining immediate access to the full Onsight collaborative experience.

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