Aircraft manufacturer Airbus is so impressed with the boost in productivity it has gained from Microsoft’s HoloLens, the company will begin offering augmented reality software to its customers.

On Monday at the Paris Air Show, Airbus announced that it will begin selling off-the-shelf applications, including training, remote collaboration, and maintenance solutions, that the company has built through its own experience with the AR headset.

“HoloLens 2 was born from the inspiration that it be designed for the customer, by the customer,” says Alex Kipman, technical fellow at Microsoft, in a… more


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