Blockchain and augmented reality (AR) technologies are being combined to develop a maintenance system for port infrastructures.
Blockchain solutions provider Jelurida has partnered with AR firm Aumenta Solutions to create a system that aims to increase the traceability of maintenance operations, reducing downtime and enhancing the accuracy of tasks. The technology was originally developed by a research group from the University of Girona and Aumenta Solutions in 2020.
Certification program enhances maintenance efficiency
The blockchain certification program is a crucial component of the project, ensuring that maintenance tasks are carried out correctly and on time. According to Pere Roset, managing partner at Aumenta Solutions, the certification program is an essential part of the project’s success. The partnership between Aumenta Solutions and information technology firm MSI aims to target the global port infrastructure market with this new technology.
AR revolutionizes maintenance processes
Francisco Sarrias from Jelurida describes AR as a “game-changer” that allows workers to access digital information in real-time. The technology is set to revolutionize maintenance processes by increasing efficiency, reducing downtime, and enhancing accuracy. The partnership is excited to introduce this new technology to the industry and drive innovation in maintenance processes.
AR and blockchain in the Web3 space
The use of AR within the Web3 space is becoming increasingly prevalent. Recently, at the Metaverse Fashion Week, a hybrid AR fashion runway was showcased at the Piazza of Duomo di Milano, one of Milan’s most iconic locations. Similarly, whiskey producer Jack Daniels has launched a Web3 campaign that utilizes AR and Polygon-based digital collectibles. Participants can collect digital crates containing rewards such as gift vouchers and trips to Jack Daniel’s distillery.
The partnership between Jelurida and Aumenta Solutions to develop a maintenance system for port infrastructures using AR and blockchain certification is an exciting development for the industry. The technology is set to increase efficiency, reduce downtime, and enhance the accuracy of maintenance tasks, ultimately benefiting ports servicing ships, cargo, and passengers. As the use of AR and blockchain in the Web3 space continues to grow, we can expect to see even more innovative developments in this field.