FRANKFURT--Interest in augmented reality (AR) from the aviation MRO segment has been growing in recent years, with the likes of AFI KLM E&M exploring the technology as a means of technician training while OEMs such as Boeing, Airbus and Honeywell have also invested in forms of AR-driven applications. The technology has been tipped for further adoption in the aftermarket in both the classroom and as a tool on the MRO shop floor by Kai-Christoph Pfingsten, corporate innovation ...

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