Augumenta takes a template-based approach to AR development and is very much targeted at creating AR for enterprise applications. The platform's SmartPanel allows developers to create customizable panel interfaces for industrial machines and other equipment such as medical devices.
Coupled with this, the SmartAlert template allows for the creation of applications that can send users alerts and controls under certain conditions. As a basic example, think of a worker on a factory floor wearing a pair of AR glasses, and being alerted of a machine malfunction and being given the option to disable the machine if necessary.
Augumenta also produces what it calls an Interaction Platform SDK that allows developers to implement hand gesture, voice, and touch control to AR apps. Augumenta's SDK is available in three flavors – Android Java, Unity 3D, or C/C++ and is compatible with a variety of smart glasses including Google Glass, Hololens, and Epson Moverio.
The company will quote prices based on your needs and use case, but also offers a free three-month trial.
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