For businesses looking to implement the latest technologies there can be a bewildering array of options available. So coming this June is an event focused on virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and wearables for enterprise called Wave Congress.
The one-day conference aims to help businesses decide on the right disruptive technology strategy for them, bringing together industry professionals, leaders, and experts.
Speakers featuring at the conference include: Blaine Tookey, Principle Technologist, BP Information Technoloy & Sevices (IT&S); Brian Watershield MSC, Virtual Reality & High-end Visualisation Technical Lead, Reasearch & Technology, Jaguar Landrover; Colin Tait, Business Development Manager, Serious Games International; James Woodall, CTO, Intoware; Nigel Higgins, Architect, PLM Systems, Airbus, and many more.
Some of the sessions taking place:
Integrating an AR/VR and Wearable Strategy. The Challenges and Pitfalls
Aerospace Case Study – Airbus discuss its recent VR exploits.
Improvements in Design, Process and Implementation – This panel will discuss how VR and AR can help designers get a far more precise idea of what a product will look like and how it will function.
Automotive Case Study – VR “Igniting the Imagination” – Jaguar Landrover discuss advantages, look towards the future and examine the challenges of VR within their product creation process.
Wave Congress will take place on 22nd June, at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, UK. Tickets are available now at an early bird rate of £199.00 GBP plus VAT for a single entry until 20th May or £450.00 plus VAT for a three person group ticket, on offer until 15th May.
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