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Driving Next-generation Advancements in Manufacturing through Extended Reality

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The development of augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and extended reality (XR) technologies expect to accelerate in upcoming years. Technology developers and adopters across various industries experiment with these innovations for mass deployment, driving the shift from product testing for specific application requirements to scaling the technology to meet changing industry needs.

New York, Dec. 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- announces the release of the report "Driving Next-generation Advancements in Manufacturing through Extended Reality" -
Extended reality refers to the fusion between augmented, virtual, and mixed reality technologies. Apart from adopting the technology to assist in training professionals according to industry requirements, the technology is also used for field services in the automotive, manufacturing, and utility sectors. The aerospace, automotive, and healthcare industries represent the early adopters of XR technologies. Research hubs and organizations focused on technology innovations are also increasing reliance on XR across all spectrums and regions. Key Questions this Research Study will Answer:
•Overview of XR technology
•Impact of XR technology across industries
•IP landscape analysis
•Current value chain of the technology
•Companies to action
•Technology convergence
•Growth opportunities
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