Apple Highlights How Business Can Use Vision Pro

Apple today highlighted the Vision Pro headset's enterprise use-cases, such as customizable workspaces, collaboration on 3D designs, delivering specialized employee training, and guiding remote fieldwork.

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Apple explained how the Vision Pro can enhance business productivity, featuring integration with widely used applications like SAP Analytics Cloud and Microsoft 365 in a spatial computing context. For example, SAP Analytics Cloud on the Vision Pro allows users to interact with their data in three-dimensional space, offering insights that were previously unattainable in a flat, two-dimensional interface. Similarly, Microsoft 365 apps have been optimized for the headset, providing users with a unique, distraction-free workspace that leverages the infinite canvas of spatial computing for multitasking and collaboration.

The Vision Pro's high-resolution displays and processing capabilities allow for the creation and manipulation of digital twins of products, facilities, and processes with a high level of detail and accuracy. This has significant implications for industries like automotive engineering, where real-time data analysis and decision-making are crucial. Apple pointed out its partnership with Porsche to create the Porsche Race Engineer app as an example of this.

Training and simulation represent another area where the Vision Pro could make a substantial impact. By enabling realistic, immersive training experiences, companies like KLM Royal Dutch Airlines can improve technical maintenance and operations without the need for costly physical prototypes or taking equipment offline for training purposes. The Engine Shop app, for instance, allows KLM technicians to train on engine models in full fidelity within their own space, streamlining the training process and reducing the likelihood of errors. Similarly, Resolve's app for building engineers enhances the planning and execution of maintenance work by overlaying detailed schematics and 3D models onto the physical world.

To encourage the development and integration of the Vision Pro in business workflows, Apple has introduced a range of developer resources, including the Enterprise Spatial Design Lab, and partnerships with industry leaders like Deloitte and Porsche. See Apple's full press release for more information.

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TheMacDaddy1 Avatar
7 weeks ago
Oh Apple, you are running out of ideas.

You were caught off guard with AI and Microsoft's market cap raced ahead of yours because of it. The EU is eating your lunch and forcing you to do so many things that users have been asking for....for so long.

But hey you have this cool VR headset, that no one wants, even if it was reasonably priced. Time to lean harder on the fake privacy marketing angle.
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RedWeasel Avatar
7 weeks ago

Microsoft 365 apps have been optimized for the headset, providing users with a unique, distraction-free workspace that leverages the infinite canvas of spatial computing for multitasking and collaboration.
So you're buying a 3500 USD VR headset to get a distraction-free workspace, only to then get distracted by multitasking and collaboration? Sounds like a plan...
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Zc456 Avatar
7 weeks ago
*Glances at whatever is left of HoloLens* Whatever you say, Apple!
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NMBob Avatar
7 weeks ago
I suspect there is more to designing things than pinching and spreading and swiping pretty pictures.
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DeepWebinar Avatar
7 weeks ago

I’m surprised the “omg, the price needs to be lower” people haven’t ambushed this thread yet.

Apple Vision Pro is not for some of you guys in a lower tax bracket. Leave it to us to fix the bugs and work out the kinks for your cheaper version in a few years.
whoa you’re so rich you can afford this really expensive stupid thing for dorks??? wow you must be really cool
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miq Avatar
7 weeks ago
They’re getting desperate. Really desperate.
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