Source | www.itproportal.com | Robert Hoyle Brown
While augmented reality (AR) is primarily seen as a consumer technology, it is fast earning a seat at the business table through its ability to drive more efficient operations by bridging the gap between customer expectations and services.
AR adoption is growing rapidly: research from Cognizant’s Centre for the Future of Work found that nearly half (49 per cent) of senior executives believe AR will become a mature technology that is accepted, established, and in widespread use within the next 18 months to three years. Additionally, one-third of the 300 respondents said they have already fully implemented AR initiatives and are capturing value as a result.
In fact, according to Gartner, 25 per cent of organisations will have deployed AR to production by 2020.