Special session 1:
Industrial eXtented Reality
eXtented Reality has proven to be a value added technology in the Industry, in many fields of the entire product lifecycle. Several studies have shown how Industrial eXtented Reality can both increase efficiency and reduce errors by visually guiding the workers in the execution of their tasks, especially in Assembly and Maintenance. Another way eXtented Reality has proven to be useful in the Industry is by making it easier and faster for new hires to learn new work instructions, shorten the learning curve and help trainees to better retain the newly acquired information over time. This Special Session aims to attract scientific contributions on theoretical and methodological approaches, practical applications, and solutions validation in any industrial field.
Antonio Emmanuele Uva
Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Antonio Emmanuele Uva is full professor in Mechanical Engineering at Politecnico di Bari. He serves as invited expert for the European Commission as regards interactive technologies. His main research interests are CAD, virtual prototyping, human-computer interaction, virtual and augmented reality, industry 4.0 and bioengineering.