Augmented reality for AIT, AIV and operations

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    Abstract

    The 'EdcAR - Engineering Data In Cross Platform AR' project demonstrates a versatile solution for augmented reality visualizations and user interaction in various space applications. Objective of this activity is to assess where Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality is a productive tool in aerospace industry. In addition, the following sub objectives shall also be achieved as part of the project: (1) Identification of critical technology areas, (2) Architecture and Design of a generic EdcAR solution, and (3) Implementation of a Proof-Of-Concept demonstrator. The project identifies three most relevant use cases, which are baseline for requirement, specification and workflows for of a Proof-Of-Concept demonstrator: (1) Support to Telecom Payload Coax Cables Assembly, (2) On-board Training and Remote Support of Centralized Cabin Filter Replacement in ISS, and (3) Remote Support during Parallel Procedure Execution with 2 users Based on the final presentation at EAC and a demonstration with the MS Hololens head mounted display in their Columbus mock-up, the project reached all expectations successfully. Video https://youtu.be/djUdsQ5pY0s
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    EventSpace Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days - Noordwijk, Netherlands
    Duration: 23 May 201724 May 2017
    http://old.esaconferencebureau.com/2017-events/17m38

    Conference

    ConferenceSpace Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days
    Abbreviated titleSET-FPDs
    CountryNetherlands
    CityNoordwijk
    Period23/05/1724/05/17
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    Keywords

    • augmented reality
    • space operations
    • work support
    • ESA

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    Helin, K. (2017). Augmented reality for AIT, AIV and operations. Abstract from Space Engineering and Technology Final Presentation Days, Noordwijk, Netherlands.