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The company purchased 24000 sets of HoloLens nouveau riche, Microsoft Black & efficiency tools?

via:博客园     time:2016/9/21 11:30:30     readed:868

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From Microsoft open sales HoloLens already has more than a month's time, but because of the high price of cold ($3000), the vast majority of consumers have not been able to experience this Microsoft black technology.

However, now there is a nouveau riche company one-time buy 24000 sets of HoloLens to its employees.

According to foreign media reports, the world famous brand elevator manufacturers Thyssen Krupp (AG ThyssenKrupp) and Microsoft signed an agreement, the former will buy 24000 HoloLens to its 24000 technicians to use. Of course, these devices are not white employees, installation and maintenance of Thyssen Krupp's technical staff will use HoloLens to handle the elevator equipment.

The company said that the use of HoloLens can improve the efficiency of the work of technical personnel. The past 24 hours to solve the problem, through the HoloLens only 20 minutes, and save time and labor costs even more than the cost of the purchase of HoloLens, so the efficiency is indeed amazing!

It is understood that these technicians are working on the Skype HoloLens function, and Skype is Microsoft to all HoloLens customers to provide a service. Through this function, the technical personnel do not have to begin to see the elevator inside the problem, also can call and expert remote communication.

In fact, this is not the first cooperation, as early as October 2015, Thyssen Krupp solutions and Microsoft and CGI jointly developed a lift application scenarios, it can help the sensor all Thyssen Krupp elevator is connected to the cloud server, technicians can through this service to get real-time data.

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