Best Practices for AR App Development with the RealWear HMT-1

Best Practices for AR App Development with the RealWear HMT-1

Technology, and how we interact with it, is evolving every day. Someday, virtual overlays, like in Minority Report and Terminator, might not be science fiction. Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), two relatively new interactive experiences, have had their rises and falls throughout time as new technology became widely available, but not enough to sustain user engagement in the...

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The Business Value of Augmented and Virtual Reality

The Business Value of Augmented and Virtual Reality

While Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have languished over the past several decades, major technical advancements within the past few years have brought forth a resurgence of interest in these technologies. From the first AR/VR experiments in 1968, to the failure of the Nintendo Virtual Boy in the 1990s, to the explosive success of the Oculus Rift VR headset...

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What comes first: Digital DER or Transactive Energy?

What comes first: Digital DER or Transactive Energy?

As distributed energy resources grow across the network, the method of managing DERs becomes an increasingly digital process – including opening new energy markets at the edge of the distribution grid. This is a very big opportunity for electric utility companies, but are they ready? The evolution of “digital DER” has seen the establishment of DER interconnection platforms, complete with DER...

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The Status and Future of REV

The Status and Future of REV

The 2018 New York Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) Summit, hosted by EUCI at National Grid’s Brooklyn headquarters last week, brought together leading industry experts and state policy makers to discuss the status and future of REV. Topics discussed included progress made toward REV goals, the technical and economic details of REV related pilot projects, and how New York’s energy...

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The Perfect Storm for Energy Companies: Low Oil and Peak Demand

The Perfect Storm for Energy Companies: Low Oil and Peak Demand

The term “A Perfect Storm” is commonly referenced when multiple events occur simultaneously to create a worst-case scenario. Often overused, this phrase has become synonymous with many things, from cataclysmic weather events to financial crises. For the global energy industry, sustained low oil prices and the emergence of demand-side technology improvements across multiple fronts have created...

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Are You Prepared for the Utility of the Future?

Are You Prepared for the Utility of the Future?

The magnitude of opportunity and change facing utility executives is both exciting and overwhelming. With many facets of the business shifting all at once, it is difficult to balance successfully running today’s utility while transforming into a more efficient, more secure, customer-centric and safer organization. Through our observation of many utility environments, we believe that focusing...

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