WEKIT keynote at AWE EU 2018 – video

Training 4.0: AR Experience Capturing and Sharing by Dr. Fridolin Wild (Science and Technology Director of WEKIT).
A talk from the Enterprise Track at Augmented World Expo Europe AWE EU 2018 – the World’s #1 XR Conference & Expo in Munich, Germany 18 -19, October 2018.

Why settle for a bad instructor, if you can learn knowledge-intensive tasks from the luminaries of a field? With Augmented Reality live guidance and wearable sensor capturing of expert behaviour, a new generation of learning and training systems is arriving in the work place: hands-on holographic tutoring.

WEKIT Community Event at AWE 2018


WEKIT successfully organized the third community event at the World leading Augmented Reality conference and expo – Augmented World Expo (AWE.EU). The event took place in Munich, Germany on October 18-19, 2018. It featured over 100 speakers, 100 exhibitors and attracted nearly 2000 participants!

We were proud to contribute to the success of the Augmented Word Expo Europe with our booth and a featured talk!

The WEKIT team demonstrated the breakthrough achievements for our augmented reality and wearable solution! We exhibited the different versions of the e-textile garment with integrated sensors as well as the WEKIT.one software solution for smart glasses. We also shared the results of the trials of the solution in the space industry, aviation, and medicine.
WEKIT booth info at AWE EU website.



The WEKIT Science and Technology director Dr Fridolin Wild, gave a talk “Training 4.0: AR Experience Capturing and Sharing” to the audience of the Enterprise Track of the conference. The talk included an overview of Industry 4.0 trends, the need for innovative solutions for workplace training as well as the details of the technologies behind the WEKIT solution and the findings of the pilot trials reported so far in a series of articles and papers.

Fridolin Wild speaker info at AWE EU website.

D4.5 AR-visualization System and AR-based Experience Re-enactment and Learning System

The WEKIT Deliverable 4.5 “AR-visualization System and AR-based Experience Re- enactment and Learning System” is report of WEKIT Re-enactment (AR-Player) demonstrator/prototype. This deliverable is combined version of deliverables D4.1 “AR-visualization System” and D4.3 “AR-based Experience Re-enactment and Learning System” as these two components cannot separate in demonstrator.

Read more… “D4.5 AR-visualization System and AR-based Experience Re-enactment and Learning System”

D6.9 Training Scenario and Evaluation Plan for Space

This document describes iteration 2 of the training scenario and evaluation plan for the space industrial case. It assumes access to D6.3 which described the previous “astronaut training” scenario that was tested in Iteration 1 (D6.6). Iteration 2 focuses on important and until-now unaddressed aspects of the space case, such as the challenge during training, or during emergencies, of how to work around the long communication delays and reaction times that occur in full-space missions to the Moon and to Mars.

Read more… “D6.9 Training Scenario and Evaluation Plan for Space”

D6.8 Training Scenario and Evaluation Plan for Engineering

The objective of this document deliverable is the description of the use case scenario and evaluation plan that will be used and followed in the second trial of the engineering healthcare pilot industrial case.
This document is based upon and extends D6.2 describing the rationale behind and the description of the use case scenario of trial iteration 1 and D6.5 that described in details the set-up, implementation and outcomes of the first trial in May 2017.

Read more… “D6.8 Training Scenario and Evaluation Plan for Engineering”

D3.4 Requirement Analysis and Sensor Specifications – final version

In this deliverable, we take into account the results from first set of trials associated with the first wave of the WEKIT prototype (from D3.2 “Hardware prototype with component specification and usage description” and D3.3 “Software Prototype with Sensor Fusion API Specification and Usage Description”). Based on the results and discussions in a technical workshop at Heerlen (November 2017), we propose a final set of requirements and provide an overview of a set of sensors that can be used to meet the requirements and needs of this project.

Read more… “D3.4 Requirement Analysis and Sensor Specifications – final version”