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HCL and Librestream: Offering Critical Remote IT Services Across Industries


How a joint HCL and Librestream industrial augmented reality solution is enhancing business outcomes for leading organizations. A recent Korn Ferry study identified that by 2030 there will be a global talent shortage of more than 85 million people. If left unchecked, it could result in an estimated $8.5 trillion in unrealized annual revenues. This means that finding the right person, in the right location, and at the right time will only get more complicated as these workforce shortages increase. As a result, augmented reality technology and AI-based remote collaboration tools will gain traction to enable deeper collaboration and knowledge capture.

Vuzix Announces Commercial Rollout of Librestream Onsight Connect for the M400 Smart Glasses


Vuzix Corporation, a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, and Librestream Technologies, a leading provider of augmented reality enterprise solutions, announce the commercial rollout of a customized version of Librestream's Onsight Connect that was developed exclusively for the Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses. "We are pleased that Vuzix is a featured solution sponsor at the Librestream Innovator Forum this year. At the forum, our customers will have an opportunity to experience the Onsight AR capabilities hands-free using voice controls on the Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses," shared Charlie Neagoy, VP Business Development at Librestream. Librestream's Onsight remote expert software provides secure access to leverage subject matter experts and rapidly diagnose, inspect, and resolve issues in even the most bandwidth constrained environments. With interactive tools such as two-way telestration, video, audio, image sharing, and augmented content, Onsight supports a broad range of mobile devices, computers and wearables to leverage expertise and capture asset data.

Renault Trucks UK & Ireland Picks Librestream to Improve Productivity


French automobile company Renault Trucks is using Librestream's Remote Expert Augmented Reality Solution to improve remote workforce productivity across all its dealerships. It is using Onsight software and RealWear HMT-1 solution power expedited technical and warranty services for transport dealers. Librestream, a leading provider of augmented worker enterprise solutions is pleased to announce that its Onsight remote expert software has been integrated into Renault Trucks' Optiview offering. Renault Trucks, a top manufacturer of light and heavy goods vehicles and transport solutions, has rolled out its Optiview across its 71-strong network of UK & Ireland dealers. In addition to Librestream's industry-leading software, the Optiview service also integrates RealWear HMT-1 headsets, together combining to create a solution that enables Renault Trucks to provide a hands-free remote support service for their dealerships. At the time of this announcement, Andrew Walker, Technical and Warranty Manager at Renault Trucks, said, "Prior to Optiview, approximately 10-15% of warranty-based service calls required one of our specialized field engineers to travel to the dealership.

Lockheed Martin Plans To Make F-35 Fighter Jets In India

International Business Times

American global aerospace, defense and security company Lockheed Martin proposed to manufacture custom-built F-35 fighter planes in India, which would provide the latter a chance to become part of the world's biggest fighter aircraft ecosystem.

Lockheed Martin's Autonomous Mobility Applique System (AMAS) - FTX Today


The U.S. Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) and Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] have demonstrated the ability of fully autonomous convoys to operate in urban environments with multiple vehicles of different models. The demonstration earlier this month at Fort Hood, Texas, was part of the Army and Marine Corps' Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System (AMAS) program, and marked the completion of the program's Capabilities Advancement Demonstration (CAD). The test involved driverless tactical vehicles navigating hazards and obstacles such as road intersections, oncoming traffic, stalled and passing vehicles, pedestrians and traffic circles in both urban and rural test areas. "The AMAS CAD hardware and software performed exactly as designed, and dealt successfully with all of the real-world obstacles that a real-world convoy would encounter," said David Simon, AMAS program manager for Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. The AMAS hardware and software are designed to automate the driving task on current tactical vehicles.