- AGCO, the Jackson, Minnesota-based manufacturer of agricultural equipment, announced in a statement that the use of Glass-assisted reality wearables has increased workers’ productivity and accuracy while performing complex assemblies.
- Introduced as a tool to help employees, AGCO reports that Glass wearable use has led to a 50% reduction in new employee training time and a 30% reduction in task processing.
- AGCO’s Director of Business Process Improvement Peggy Gulick said that the use of smart glasses in employee development is highly effective, particularly for new hire training, multi-operational concepts and new product launches.
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