How AR can help close the skills gap for industry

| April 25, 2019

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With industrial sectors seeing an increase in the skills gap, businesses need to provide experiential learning for workers so that knowledge transfer is quick and impactful. Traditional means of knowledge transfer when an expert retires from the position tends to experience leakage of knowledge. This will plague the business as the successor may not have sufficient skills to even carry out day-to-day tasks. With bleeding-edge technologies like augmented reality (AR), knowledge transfer will be more effective, as well as efficient.

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