WEBINAR | AUGMENTED REALITY FOR REMOTE ASSISTANCE
With the Covid19 crisis, new issues and challenges have emerged for our industrialists: ensuring the connection and security of employees, collaborating with remote experts and implementing customer self-service.
Faced with this situation, collaboration and remote assistance are more than ever subjects to be investigated! Coupled with the power of augmented reality, certain solutions enable manufacturers to meet these challenges.
THE AFTER, THE AFTER… AND NOW WHAT DO WE DO?
A We Shape Society conference to take a step back and identify the seeds we’ve sown over the last few months. A first step to set ourselves in motion and build an after-world where the well-being of employees, customer satisfaction, company performance and the health of the planet move forward together.
And you, do you want to take action? Are you ready for action?
CAMILLE BESSON | Inter-company project manager
We are pleased to welcome Camille Besson in the Ruche team. She has been with us since the end of May, and she takes on the projects of The Hive!
Augmented Reality at the service of remote intervention
Thursday 2 July : 1pm-2pm
Digital technologies, and in particular augmented reality (AR) systems, now offer solutions for remote assistance. Whether the company’s employees or experts are on site or not, they allow efficient interventions to ensure operations, inspection, maintenance and repair. Discover the possibilities of augmented reality in the industry.
July 9 | 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Come and meet us to discover, in a convivial way, the concept of the association, our premises and the presentations of current projects and programs.
The Industrial Hive reopens its doors by ensuring the respect of a strict sanitary protocol: regular disinfection of hands and furniture, minimum distance of one meter and wearing of a mask.
WEBINAR | ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Relive The Hive conference of Amélie Cordier who looks back on the history, perspectives and applications of Artificial Intelligence. In full emergence, AI will be in the major part of tomorrow’s commodities. A turn not to be missed, but one that implies identifying the challenges and issues related to its integration.
The Industrial Hive is a collective and a resource space located at the heart of the industry 4.0 site of Lyon (USIN).
The Industrial Hive is a non-profit association under the 1901 law, created by 7 manufacturers from various sectors of different sizes, alongside a university. The Hive’s mission is to enable local manufacturers to help each other find answers to current challenges and to develop their performance. How? By working together on specific projects.
The Industrial Hive’s participants understand how to embody the values that are important to them:
Friendliness – the fundamental part of any lasting human relationship.
Collaboration – several people together are better than one alone!
Pragmatism – in order to learn, focussing on action rather than analysis and seeing it as a source of transformation.
Audacity – daring to explore and set up new partnerships!
Sustainable approach – environmental, social and human impact. Using this filter to increase the positive impact of actions taken.
At the Industrial Hive, as its name suggests, we love nature and life.
The current thinking on building design, waste management and sourcing of service providers is firmly oriented towards the “cleanest” solutions possible.
The concept of the Industrial Hive was devised by 3 intrapreneurs from the Bosch Rexroth and Renault Trucks/Volvo groups.
Having personally led and successfully carried out intraprenarial projects in their companies, they’ve laid the foundations for an inter-company structure that creates permeability between worlds and enables the implementation of the famous “collective intelligence”.