AR + IoT + AI — The Next Generation Application Development

Original article was published by prakash jeswani on Artificial Intelligence on Medium


AR + IoT + AI — The Next Generation Application Development

AI + IoT + AR

Data is the new oil. The success of any business depends on the data collected and the analysis taken based on it. Here is where technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) plays a major role. Augmented reality (AR), another promising technology, is emerging as the key that unleashes the full potential of IoT and AI. AR offers its users with a convenient and intuitive way to interact with IoT devices and the associated data.

This collaboration of these innovative technologies results in cost savings, revenue increases, and greater profits. The success of these technologies has encouraged more businesses to invest in developing applications that utilize AR, IoT, and AI.

Why AR, AI, and IoT go hand-in-hand?

The number of IoT-connected devices rose from about 6 billion in 2016 to 11 billion by 2018 and expected to hit the 20 billion mark by the end of 2020, resulting in a surge of the volume of data.

As these data volumes are rising quickly, companies are finding it difficult to use all the data collected. The processing becomes a hectic task. Companies are finding it difficult to generate data-based insights that benefit their employees.

Here is where AI comes in. IoT devices capture data from the physical world, AI analyzes the data, and AR devices take that digital data and render it back on the physical world for people to interact with. Facebook is betting high on AR/VR they believe that in the future humans will interact with the computer using AR/VR.

AR applications place digital information on top of the user’s physical environment. An AR application adds the digital content to live camera feeds, making the content appear as a part of the physical world. This lets users interact with data more intuitively.

Several businesses have developed AR applications that use IoT and artificial intelligence to utilize vast amounts of data into a few critical actions, helping businesses to make informed decisions and execute tasks in a better way. To stay ahead in the race, it’s time to implement AI, IoT, and AR in your application development strategies.

How Magure Implements AR + IoT + AI?

We love to solve challenging problems with the help of technology. With a deep understanding of the scope and benefits of AR, IoT, and AI combined, we came up with a solution that detects human posture and is ideal for a wide array of applications. Here are a few use cases:

Workout Assistance

Gym workouts and training drills can be a difficult outing. Perfecting your routine workout exercise can be challenging, especially for a beginner. Magure came up with a solution that detects the user’s posture and the number of cycles of a particular exercise. AI then analyzes the data to provide real-time insights about your workout.

Fall Down Alarm

If you happen to fall due to various reasons while home alone, you may find trouble getting up or seeking help. The fall down alarm solution can detect your fall, the nature of your fall, and can alert your contacts.

Intruder Alert

Keeping your home safe from intruders can be a daunting task. The body posture tracking solution of Magure can be applied to detect the intruders and sent an alarm. With the help of AR IoT and AI, the solution can detect when one is trying to climb your compound wall and can alert you instantly.

Concluding Thoughts

Combining IoT, AI and AR technologies enhance the ways that people can interact with their surroundings. Companies must choose where to deploy the technologies and then build an ecosystem that supports these technologies. This helps a business to reduce costs, boost revenues, improve the customer experience, and strengthen their brand reputation. Want to know how this unique combination can boost your business. Say Hi!