How Electricians Can Benefit from AR Headsets
Electricians have new challenges every day with the changing technology of electrical circuits and another technological web around a machine, the electrician must learn to cope with the new electrical circuits and methods of wiring. Let’s review some specific scenarios detailing how Realwear and RealTime AR provides industrial wearables that can help Electricians.
Electricians begin their day early at a job site’s gang box. Their work starts by searching the blueprints of the building for the source of electrical problems, then they spend the rest of the day carefully solving electrical issues in a hazardous environment.
Live Electrical Power Sources & AR Headsets
As working with live electrical power sources are extremely dangerous master electricians and their workers are a health and safety risk. Furthermore, if there’s even a tiny error in fixing the electrical issues, it could become a life-threatening hazard for the electrician and the occupant. Moreover, even a micro spark could cause a fire and lead to a fire on the premises.
That is why RealWear’s HMT-1 Assisted Reality Solutions can provide real-time information on blueprints, circuitry layouts and components that will help electricians significantly reduce the dangers they face on every job, as well as call-backs. The RealWear HMT-1 assisted reality device enables on-site workers to consult master electricians without being physically present. This is where remote mentoring makes a remarkable change within the electrical fields. Consultation of master electricians to multiple workers at the same time while sitting comfortably in their offices or even at home can improve the businesses efficiency and customer satisfaction, while also keeping workers safe and reducing travel costs.
Electricians adopting Assisted Reality Headsets in their jobs can get the following benefits:
- Gaining a significant technological competitive advantage over other electricians will help grow profits.
- Remote communication with on-site workers.
- Protection from hazardous materials on the site.
- Increased productivity and profitability.
- Lower travel expenses by providing assistance and visual direction without having to visit the site in person.