How BAE Systems Improved Its Complex
Assembly Performance With Augmented Reality?
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Connected to BAE Systems’ intelligent workstation system, Diota software is deployed using multiple technologies within the Typhoon production line at BAE Systems’ Samlesbury site in the UK.
Augmented projection system, tablets, Hololens 2 headsets and PCs are integrated together in the production environment to assist operators during complex assembly operations, thus combining efficiency and ergonomics.
Improve the efficiency of production operations through digital technologies.
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Based on the digital model, interactive and digital work instructions are brought directly into the workshop and materialized via augmented reality.
The benefits are multiple: reduction of the risk of errors, improvement of the working environment, optimization of quality, increase of efficiency…
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Support field operators working on complex assembly tasks in confined areas.
Interactive and digital work instructions integrated with the devices used by the operator, such as tablets, hololens and a projection system.
Operators are guided step by step through the assembly process and compliance checks, reducing the risk of errors.