When we think about remote visual inspections, what comes to mind is probably an operator or an engineer checking a piece of equipment or machinery on site. But it’s becoming more and more common to see remote teams supporting these types of inspections. Discover how AIRe Link is making remote visual inspections possible and learn why inspections should be undertaken.
How do remote visual inspections work?
Remote visual inspections can be carried out by connecting already onsite machine operators with remote inspectors via AR-based remote visual support. The inspector can guide operators through inspecting the machine, they can capture images from the equipment being inspected and determine if any faults are present as if both were inspecting side by side. In addition, the exchange of knowledge between experienced inspectors and onsite operators can accelerate disorganizes and repairs later on down the line.
AIRe Link enables remote visual inspections. But how?
Augmented reality-based remote visual support AIRe Link enables field service teams to not only resolve current issues but also inspect machinery and equipment. In this way, field service teams can see exactly what’s going on with the equipment being inspected, which means that they can make sure everything is working properly and assess whether or not any issues are present requiring attention.