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Industry 4.0 allows for cross-machine data analysis, leading to more efficient and flexible processes. AR/VR enables and trains workers to be more productive in complicated manufacturing processes. In a nutshell, these technologies allow operators to quickly and visually receive essential information, allowing them to do jobs more efficiently.


Augmented Reality (AR) refers to a set of technologies that allow users to perceive their real-world surroundings in a more enhanced or augmented form using computer-generated images. Using various gadgets, this visual component in the physical environment is amplified. Augmented reality has a wide range of uses, but manufacturing could be particularly appealing to the world of augmented reality. AR changes the way people access, consume and share information. In fact, augmented reality is data that broadens the perception of users. This technology enhances our sensory perception by allowing us to engage with data.

Today, smart factories are frequently discussed in terms of intelligent production using the Internet of Things and Big Data. Such a setting is ideal for augmented reality. The efficiency of Augmented Reality in improving user communication and clarifying human-computer interaction plays such an important role in Industry 4.0. New technologies must be introduced in the sector in order to provide a safer atmosphere where robots and people work side by side. AR can be used to contextualize data and raise the level of awareness among process operators. It has the potential to increase the user's awareness of what the robots are doing, hence boosting worker safety and system performance. As a result, it can help users better understand robots and increase human-robot collaboration.


Immersive virtual reality solutions are an element of Industry 4.0, and they use a combination of hardware and software to transport users to a virtual world. Let's have a look at some of the important areas where VR is being used and adopted in real life:

Industrial Education

Manufacturing and processing are the most tactical VR applications, as they meet many demands that arise in an industrial setting. It makes a significant contribution to achieving workforce excellence through successful VR training sessions, which is critical in today's world. Virtual reality training is more than 70% successful.

Also, to deal with the expected surge of COVID-19 patients in India, the healthcare industry can use virtual reality simulations to train doctors, nurses, and health staff virtually without any dangers or blunders.

Exhibitions and Conferences

The shutdown had a direct impact on the events and exhibition industry, leaving a bleak future in its wake. The Indian events and exhibition business is anticipated to lose Rs 1 trillion, according to the EEMA (Events and Entertainment Management Association). In such cases, interactive virtual events can assist the industry in safely conducting its business without having to interact with anyone.

In the post-pandemic era, the Industry 4.0 solution is rapidly shifting from an "option" to a "necessity." As a result, Industry 4.0's fleet of next-generation technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), will become a necessary commodity for business.