AirV Labs, a global leader in rapid creation of mixed reality content for advanced human centered applications, has won the NASSCOM Manufacturing Innovation Challenge 2020,
India, in the 360° Virtual Tour of Plant category for the company’s novel use of 360° video technology.
Launched by NASSCOM Centre of Excellence (CoE), the challenge offered a premier, collaborative platform for industry leaders and startups to bring about a digital shift in the manufacturing sector while fostering the innovation ecosystem in India.
With the award comes a guaranteed commercial project from Bayer Crop Sciences, India.
AirV Labs is a technology company based at EnterpriseWorks that specializes in virtual reality-based solutions, including analytics.
Among its groundbreaking product solutions, it has developed a proprietary authoring tool called the AirVu™ Platform for industrial, enterprise, and educational 360° video applications.
The award-winning technology allows integration of 360° video of a given scenario with three-dimensional (3D) data such as CAD, graphs, medical charts, functioning model of machines, and automation, as well as with enterprise-level information like bill of material, circuit diagrams, inventory, barcodes and more.
AirV Labs can rapidly prototype highly-advanced cyber learning platforms that leverage the strengths of virtual, augmented and
mixed reality technologies to create a new immersive interface for the users.
“AirV Labs is proud to be the winner of 360° Virtual Tour of Plant, selected from a crowded field of competitors,” said Mr. Faisal Yazadi, CEO AirV Labs USA. “Winning such a prestigious award is validation of our novel technology, which is primed to meet the growing demands of industry to deploy cost-effective,
scalable solutions, while addressing collaboration in distributed environments and advanced training with minimized social interactions. Our global team is ready to deliver innovative, mixed reality projects through collaboration and partnerships with industry leaders.”
“The current business scenario has undergone a paradigm shift and it necessitates businesses to re-strategize,” said Mr. Chinmay Sengupta, CEO, AirV Labs India. “Our technology will enable businesses to conduct their global operations more sustainably, while changing the way their teams experience and learn through
progressive virtual environments.”
AirV Labs was founded by Dr. Kesh Kesavadas, professor of industrial engineering and computer science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.