MTU Maintenance has started an augmented reality pilot project at its facility in Berlin-Brandenburg. The project goes by the name “Inspection 4.0” and aims to improve knowledge management in the shop. Inspection 4.0 has two main goals. The first is to centralize all data regarding a specific part into one system. This has the benefit of reducing the amount of time mechanics spent switching between documents and enabling them to focus on inspecting the part in question. Secondly, the real and virtual world of maintenance will merge – data will be transferred to tablets or smart glasses so that the
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