7 of the 10 Largest US Aerospace & Defense Companies Use LightGuide Projected AR Work Instructions
Aerospace Manufacturing Enters a New Era of Human + Machine Collaboration
Now more than ever, global aerospace and defense manufacturers face a turbulent environment where agility on the factory floor is a must. As innovation soars and products become more technologically advanced, operators must keep pace with increasing variation and complexity.
According to Kearney survey respondents, 72 percent of the tasks in a factory are performed by humans. And in an industry where accuracy is mission critical, the future of aerospace and defense manufacturing isn’t just automation but empowering frontline workers with technology that helps them succeed.
Imagine LightGuide in Your Factory of the Future
As the premier visual guidance platform globally, LightGuide’s projected augmented reality software is helping leading aerospace and defense manufacturers standardize complex manual assembly processes and eliminate assembly-related defects.
LightGuide’s AR software platform utilizes one or more industrial-grade projectors interfaced to sensors, cameras, input devices, and smart tools to visualize and error-proof the workflow.
Discover the Industrial AR Software Leading Manufacturers Trust to Power their Factories of the Future
- 90% Improvement in Quality
- 50% Improvement in Throughput
- 30% Improvement in Training Effectiveness
How to Adopt Augmented Reality for Quality Control in Aerospace Manufacturing
Learn how leading aerospace and defense manufacturers like L3Harris are using projected AR to standardize complex manual assembly processes, eliminate defects and achieve higher quality.Read Article
L3Harris Eliminates Defects with AR Technology
L3Harris integrated visually guided workflows helped consolidate parts, which eliminated changeover per variant and resulted in zero assembly-related defects.Explore Case Study
Augmented Reality (AR) Applications on the Factory Floor
Not all types of AR are created equal. Use this guide to discover which type of AR is best suited for your ideal use case. Plus, learn how to standardize, streamline, and error-proof complex manual processes.Download Ebook
LightGuide AR Platform
LightGuide augmented reality uses digital projection technology to overlay a virtual operating “canvas” onto any work surface, simplifying complex manual tasks. By interfacing with existing manufacturing equipment, the system delivers immersive, interactive visual work instructions that comprise a company’s key assembly, inspection, material handling, and training operations.