AR is ready for geospatial application. We received a very positive reception at the Esri User Conference in San Diego, CA. Read more about the end of this Argis Road Trip.
The Argis Road Trip is continuing on to San Diego. See how the trip went and learn something about how #AR can effect risk mitigation.
On our way through Moab, Utah, we took a hike to show you how augmented reality helps mitigate risk. Sounds exciting, I know. But the truth is: what we’re about to show you revolutionizes the way you and your teams will harness GIS data.
Dusty dirt paths to the naked eye become rich veins of information through the Argis Lens.
But simply being able to view these assets wouldn’t be revolutionary, would it? So what we’ve done is allow you to interact with them.
The Attribute Window makes crucial information regarding any asset readily available at the touch of a screen. In Moab, for instance, we could view the lengths of the trails or the last time they were maintained. The Argis Lens brings all the rich information that surrounds us right to your fingertips.
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On our way out of town, we stopped by Colorado’s world-famous Red Rocks Ampitheatre, to show you how, together, the Argis® Framework and Lens bring GIS data into the real-world.
Using data gathered through Esri’s ArcGIS Online, we rendered Red Rock’s assets into the Argis Lens, transforming invisible information into visible resources. Resources such as the electrical lines used to power the ampitheatre’s unforgettable performances. All this incredible information can be viewed from any perspective in the field, live or cached, with our without Wi-Fi.
Side-by-side, it’s easy to see why a three-dimensional perspective of your data is simpler and far more intuitive for anyone to use than a two-dimensional map.
Augmented reality may seem like something of the future, but here’s now, and it works.