航太、防衛的虛擬實境 (VR)、擴增實境 (AR):各主題調查
Virtual and Augmented Reality in Aerospace and Defense - Thematic Research
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 40 Pages
|航太、防衛的虛擬實境 (VR)、擴增實境 (AR):各主題調查 Virtual and Augmented Reality in Aerospace and Defense - Thematic Research|
|出版日期: 2019年01月21日||內容資訊: 英文 40 Pages||
本報告提供航太、防衛的虛擬實境 (VR)、擴增實境 (AR)市場相關調查，各技術，各種趨勢，競爭環境，案例研究，價值鏈，及主要企業等相關資訊彙整。
Alternative Reality - which encompasses Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) - could become the next big computing platform. In VR, the user is immersed in an entirely artificial world. In AR, the user sees the real world overlaid with digital data.
In 2017, VR/AR headsets were shipped at an increased rate compared to 2016, with several consumer VR headsets launching in 2017 to help drive this, and it was a banner year for mobile AR application programming interface (API) frameworks. Yet, AR is where much of the action is likely to be over the next two to five years. Imagine wearing a pair of glasses with the computing power and functionality of your smartphone, activated by your voice, which recognizes what you see, where you are, and the context in which you require information.
Over the next five years, VR/AR apps will transform numerous industries from e-commerce to social media to publishing to manufacturing design, increasing productivity and creating new ways of working, playing, and shopping. AR is likely to revolutionize specific vertical industries within the enterprise market in the near future, while VR depends on the apps in development.
The Aerospace and Defense industry is prone to develop VR/AR technologies. Industrial and military applications are numerous, and constitute opportunities at every stage of the supply chain. Engineers and technicians can benefit from VR rooms to simulate systems and platforms designs before starting to fabricate the first piece of hardware. They will also use AR glasses as a technical support on the assembly line or during maintenance checks. Overall, the quality and the reliability of the industry's output will increase while time and costs are set to decrease. On the end-user side, military personnel are already using VR for trainings and are now exploring the potential of AR glasses for intelligence and information communication on the battlefield.
Inside the report "Virtual and Augmented Reality in Aerospace and Defense - Thematic Research", we look at the top themes, its predictions and identify which companies are best placed to succeed in a future filled with multiple disruptive threats.
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