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In today’s complex, digital-first world, Extended reality (XR) is redefining how government trains its workers, delivers services to customers, and operates remotely. XR is helping government agencies reimagine how they can operate while making data more accessible and digestible. With the ability to provide data in real time, engage users, and simulate real-life experiences in extreme detail, XR has massive potential to transform government services and citizen interactions.

Enhancing your experience through Extended Reality (XR) technologies
Provide Immersive Experiences

Provide Immersive Experiences

The immersive experiences provided by Extended Reality (XR) can be helpful at national monuments, parks, and museums. By offering an interactive service, XR can enhance the experience of visitors and tourists. Historical and cultural events can be re-created to assist with learning, and additional information can be presented in a more interactive way.

Improve Maintenance

Improve Maintenance

XR technologies can assist workers by immediately pulling up a machine or a configuration to assess the best way fix a problem. It also eliminates the need for a system or machine to remain out of service because a technical expert is required. Using XR, the expert can be contacted immediately and shown the situation, and offer a fix in a shorter amount of time.

Enhance Public Health and Safety

Public Health & Safety

The government is responsible for many inspections, and XR technology can make these less lengthy and more efficient. By having access to the data of previous inspections, workers can see where failures previously occurred and offer better, customized solutions. Having access to data in real time will eliminate wasted hours and help to streamline inspection and safety processes.

Use Cases
We enhance your experience through augmented, virtual, and mixed reality
Augmented Reality
Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality has the potential to enhance a variety of government tasks, including building inspections, fleet maintenance, planning and risk assessment, security, search and rescue, and training.

  • By providing additional imagery and historical or cultural details, Augmented reality has the ability to transform visitor experiences with city landmarks.
  • With the help of AR technology technicians can detect any structural damage during scheduled inspections. Using AR, it is possible to determine quite accurately the degree of wear of specific equipment parts and organize their repair or replacement accordingly.
  • AR can benefit investor-owned, municipal and cooperative utilities in improving business processes. It can speed up power restoration or help address the challenge of an aging, retiring utility workforce by facilitating the preservation of institutional knowledge.
Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality

VR has the potential to help Government agencies effectively train new and existing employees, prepare for disasters (i.e., hurricane, tornado, fire, active shooter, etc.), and educate the public on a wide variety of issues.

  • Virtual reality training programs are able to expose employees to realistic and diverse situations, preparing them for any of the variables they might encounter.
  • VR can be used to train employees and teach them safety practices, without exposing them to any risk at all. As a result utility companies can develop technically skilled and highly-knowledgeable employees without having to expose them to safety risks before they are ready.
  • VR can help in preparing for rare and dangerous events (i.e., hurricane, tornado, etc.). When these unusual events happen, acting in a timely manner are essential. VR provides a good immersion into the situation, and allows the users to make simulated decisions.
Mixed Reality
Mixed Reality

Mixed reality can enable colleagues to meet face-to-face from anywhere at any time, simulate hands-on scenario trainings, and facilitate virtual services such as health care and emergency response.

  • By creating Mixed reality models of new construction projects, cities can get a better sense of how new work will fit within the existing urban landscape.
  • Using Mixed reality, teachers could create an immersive learning environment, allowing students to explore the ocean floor or unfamiliar parts of the globe. By funding these types of technologies in public schools, cities can make schools more inclusive and engaging.
  • Using Mixed reality allows workers to be armed with displays highlighting the condition of city assets and the presence of any hazardous conditions, this enables workers to be able to complete repairs and construction projects more efficiently and safely.
How it Works
We make it easy to get started and will be there with you every step of the way to ensure a successful outcome
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Business Case / Discovery / Brain Storming / Concept Validation

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Requirements / Prioritize Insights / Define Timelines / Project Costs

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Research & Strategy / Conceptual Design / Wireframe / Storyboard High Fidelity Design

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3D Modeling / Prototyping App Development Integrations / APIs Testing

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QA Testing / User Testing / Optimization Documentation & Knowledge Transfer

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Training / Ready for Launch / Support / Sign-off

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