Artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR) were supposed to be the next big things in the early ‘90s—now, more than 30 years later, that prediction is finally coming true. Evolved beyond their initial uses, these technologies are improving output, optimizing efficiency, and reducing costs for businesses across a variety of industries.
Daniel Sawyer, CTG's Principal Consultant, shares how advancements in AI, VR, and AR technology can help meet the challenge in efficiency of identification, diagnosis, planning, and execution of work.
Read the full article published in Alaska Business here.
Daniel Sawyer is a Principal Consultant at Computer Task Group. With more than 20 years of experience delivering information technology in logistics and oil field support services, he has been a key consultant on 3D visualization and Digital Twin initiatives for major oil companies in Alaska since 2013. Sawyer’s expertise is in deploying cost-efficient technology with a focus on user workflow to increase business productivity.