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October 9, 2015 | Diotasoft unveils innovative augmented-reality software for the factory of the future

Diotasoft, a 2009 spinoff of LIST, a CEA Tech institute, unveiled its new augmented-reality software on October 8. The software, intended for use in industrial environments, can interface directly with existing industrial IT systems, be integrated with standard hardware and equipment, and be operated without any special training, for a true plug-and-play experience.

Diotasoft’s partnership with LIST, a member of the Instituts Carnot network and a CEA Tech institute , has resulted in a new augmented-reality technology for industry that is both accurate and robust and that requires no special instrumentation in the operating environment. The company’s new software aims to address two issues that affect all industrial environments: how to make human interventions faster and ensure that know-how can be transferred between operators while improving quality. The goal is to improve the efficiency of industrial processes from prototyping to production to quality control, as well as support functions like maintenance, sales support, and training.



The factory of the future will be connected, digital, flexible, agile, integrated, responsible, and efficient. In short, how competitive a business is will depend increasingly on how its factories perform. And people will play the starring role in the factory of the future, using new production techniques and advanced technologies like augmented reality. As manufacturing moves toward a connected, digital factory model, Diotasoft’s new technology will provide a broad range of new opportunities for manufacturers to use augmented reality.

Diotasoft unveiled its new software in a video on Thursday, October 8, 2015:

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