Displaying scan results onto parts in Augmented Reality provides instant and unambiguous defect locations
Imagine ending the delay between the inspection, engineering disposition, and finished product
The full conversation of Warren Katz, Managing Director of the accelerator and Dr. Will Roper, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics
Aerospace newcomer, Spiral Technology, is focusing its efforts on MR and has developed prototypes for the HoloLens.
Spiral Technology’s head-worn augmented reality (AR) systems could help ship owners reduce costs while easing the burdens placed upon workers tasked with maintaining and repairing complex maritime equipment
Spiral Technology, an augmented reality company headquartered in Singapore, was accepted to the third cohort of the Air Force Accelerator Powered by TechStars. The company is on a mission to simplify how the industrial workforce interacts with technical information.
Spiral Technology was awarded the third prize at Singapore Airlines AppChallenge 2019 being selected among 528 teams!
In early June Spiral team has won the startup challenge of the major European airline organised right at the heart of one of the MRO facilities. Following the jury decision, we were awarded the pilot project to implement our solution at the same facility. Both teams are looking forward to scaling the technology for the wider network in the future.