The fundamental concept of Vuzop is that there are important categories of information that are not accessible by looking at tables of data or BI charts and graphs.
Additionally, modern reporting tools do not integrate their tables and visualizations with business workflow, or the "boots on the ground", i.e., data feeds from cameras and internet of things devices.
Vuzop has created a tool that serves as a platform for quickly creating out-of-the-box integrated animations and can also be extended and scaled to put realtime, or replayed, business operations right in front of your eyes.
Based on our flagship visualization tool, you can create customized animations of work activity in several general categories:
The animations can be integrated with your device data, such as streaming video cams or internet of things data feeds.
All of this can be modeled for a VR or AR viewing experience and is also viewable on standard windows desktops and Android mobile devices.
This VR animated visualization builds a world that represents your business operations and puts you right in the middle of it, ultimately at your control.
In concert with AI and Machine Learning technology this VR visualization opens the door for creating, viewing and managing an enterprise "digital twin."
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While a Virtual Reality visualization is useful for creating an entire digital representation of business operations, an Augmented Reality visualization affords more hands-on opportunities.
By bringing workflow, logistics and camera/sensor feeds into a mixed reality view of animations and the real world, it is possible to reveal new kinds of intelligence to the eyes of managers and staff performing work activity and their jobs.
Mixing these animations and visualizations into staff visual reality is not suitable for all jobs, but can provide an order of magnitude improvement for specialized jobs where immediate access to work status intelligence is essential.
In addition to visualization based on the Vuzop tool, Vuzop can also provide customized services for the development of more conventional augmented reality apps, such as typically run on a smartphone and overlay images onto realtime camera images.
This includes apps, for example, that present product information when a product is recognized in a camera image.