Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management

Pekka Siltanen, Tommi Karhela, Charles Woodward, Paula Savioja

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Abstract

Augmented reality is a technology expected to have a big impact as a natural and intuitive user interface to industrialapplications. A lot of research has been done in industrial augmented reality but real life applications are still rare. One reason for the slow adoption seems to be that augmented reality applications have been developed without taking sufficiently into account the existing industrial processes in information management. This paper describes aprototype software which uses augmented reality as a user interface to plant lifecycle management applications indifferent lifecycle phases. Several use cases implemented show that augmented reality can be implemented cost efficiently without specific authoring tools if the design information is correctly structured already in the design phase, and if the design, maintenance and real-time information sources are accessed via standard application interfaces.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConcurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007
PublisherUniversity of Nottingham
Pages407-414
ISBN (Print)978-0-85358-233-5
Publication statusPublished - 2007
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising: ICE 2007 - Sophia-Antipolis, France
Duration: 4 Jun 20076 Jun 2007

Conference

Conference13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising
CountryFrance
CitySophia-Antipolis
Period4/06/076/06/07

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Plant management
Augmented reality
User interfaces
Information management
Costs

Keywords

  • Plant life cycle management, augmented reality

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Siltanen, P., Karhela, T., Woodward, C., & Savioja, P. (2007). Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management. In Concurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007 (pp. 407-414). University of Nottingham.
Siltanen, Pekka ; Karhela, Tommi ; Woodward, Charles ; Savioja, Paula. / Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management. Concurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007 . University of Nottingham, 2007. pp. 407-414
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Siltanen, P, Karhela, T, Woodward, C & Savioja, P 2007, Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management. in Concurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007 . University of Nottingham, pp. 407-414, 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprising, Sophia-Antipolis, France, 4/06/07.

Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management. / Siltanen, Pekka; Karhela, Tommi; Woodward, Charles; Savioja, Paula.

Concurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007 . University of Nottingham, 2007. p. 407-414.

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Siltanen P, Karhela T, Woodward C, Savioja P. Augmented reality for plant lifecycle management. In Concurrent Innovation: an emerging paradigm for Collaboration & Competitiveness in the extended enterprise. 13th International Conference on Concurrent Enterprise, ICE 2007 . University of Nottingham. 2007. p. 407-414