Porsche recently announced that they are literally changing the way industry professionals look at repairs with new augmented-reality glasses, USA Today reported.
These glasses, which Porsche created for its technicians due to the advanced technology and changes to today’s cars, will be supplied to all 189 U.S. Porsche dealerships and can help mechanics solve issues that arise on today’s increasingly complex automobiles.
With the AR glasses on, a service technician can conference in a Porsche specialist located at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Atlanta and be talked through a repair job — the technician can stream live video of the problem area, while the remote support worker can post helpful repair tips in the worker’s peripheral vision.
“By solving issues fast, our dealer partners can get their customers back into cars with less disruption,” Klaus Kellmer, Porsche Cars North America CEO, told USA Today.
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