Augmented Reality (AR) Finds More Use Cases in Airports

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3Q 2017 | IN-4735


Smart Glasses Introduced to Changi Airport


SATS, the major ground-handling and in-flight catering serve provider for Singapore Changi Airport, is introducing Augmented Reality (AR) to its ramp handling operations. Around 600 of its ramp handling workers will receive a pair of Vuzix M300 smart glasses, which incorporates the use of an adjustable, high-definition screen display. SATS will deploy the AR devices in phases, and are expected to fully roll out by the middle of next year.

SATS also applies Virtual Reality (VR) technology to train its staff by simulating on-ground scenarios within a safe and controlled environment, allowing the staff to learn, without interrupting regular operations and changing work schedules. 

Enhance Efficiency and Customer Competitiveness


Replacing traditional paper instructions and walkie-talkie communication with smart glasses, the staff can scan visual markers on baggage and cargo containers to get real-…

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