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Trimble unveils new mixed-reality device with Microsoft HoloLens 2 technology

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Trimble unveils new mixed-reality device with Microsoft HoloLens 2 technology

The wearable device is hard hat compatible.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | March 7, 2019
Front line worker wearing Trimble XR10

All images courtesy Trimble

The Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2 is Trimble’s new wearable mixed-reality device that allows workers in safety controlled environments to access holographic information on the jobsite.

The hard hat compatible device is the first to be created with the Microsoft HoloLens Customization Program. It integrates the latest spatial computing technology, a wider field-of-view, improved usability, and a flip-up viewscreen. Trimble also unveiled an expanded set of software and services and continued development for Trimble Connect for HoloLens, a cloud-based collaboration platform, for use with the XR10.

 

Trimble XR10

 

The full solution will provide greater accessibility to 3D models for front-line workers and enables new field-oriented workflows to leverage 3D content in daily work tasks. The Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2 is available for preorder with an MSRP of $4,750.

See Also: 'BIM to AR' comes to the masses

 

Mixed reality worksite

 

Front line worker using XR10 mixed reality headset

 

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