2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11598-1_20
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Abstract: Abstract. The use of Augmented Reality (AR) in training or assisting operators during an assembly task can be considered an innovative and efficient method in terms of time saving, error reduction, and accuracy improvement. Nevertheless, the implementation of an AR-based application is quite difficult, requiring to take into account several factors. This paper provides a general procedure to follow for a correct implementation, starting from an assessment of the assembly task, until the practical implementatio… Show more

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“…It can be justified by the fact that, when talking about AR, the aim is to avoid or reduce training and propose a solution which affects directly the maintenance operation [21;24;37]. Through the use of AR, maintainers could have the "immediate capability to accomplish the task" on the job [56]. Starting from the top right slice of the Maintenance operations pie-chart, assembly and disassembly seems to be the most common maintenance task taken in account across the 30 articles.…”
Section: Maintenance Operationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It can be justified by the fact that, when talking about AR, the aim is to avoid or reduce training and propose a solution which affects directly the maintenance operation [21;24;37]. Through the use of AR, maintainers could have the "immediate capability to accomplish the task" on the job [56]. Starting from the top right slice of the Maintenance operations pie-chart, assembly and disassembly seems to be the most common maintenance task taken in account across the 30 articles.…”
Section: Maintenance Operationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The study by Langley et al (2016) also focused on the effectiveness of AR systems for training of users. Other position papers provided guidelines for AR implementation, either in general terms (Chimienti et al, 2010) or for the deployment of AR in the specific areas, e.g., assembly and remote maintenance (Haist, 2008). Fox (2010), instead, described the requirements to properly design ICT tools for the implementation of AR.…”
Section: Conceptual Papersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this manner, Chimienti et al [12] use AR in training operations for assistance to unskilled operators during an assembly tasks, such as of a planetary gearbox, with a help of a hand-held device. The authors also declare that these proposed guidelines of AR implementation offer an effective point for a training systems, and their general nature gives provides the flexibility to make it applicable to other fields.…”
Section: Motivation and Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%