virtual and augmented reality (AR) pilots, and are expected to spend $18B on AR technologies by 2022.As the industry faces a lack of skilled workers and an aging workforce that will result in a tremendous knowledge loss, smart utilities are exploring this technology to connect field workers with remote experts for immediate guidance and instruction. But they have faced adoption roadblocks in terms of cost, privacy and safety. Watch this DistribuTECH webinar to learn how this innovative technology has gone from imagination to reality, and how it can be used today to make your workforce safer and more productive.