Medical Device Repair Training AR
Augmented reality is starting to have an impact on popular culture, and recent developments in the software industry are about to create even more opportunities for innovative software applications. The key feature of augmented reality is its ability to layer in real time, dynamically responsive virtual graphics onto a user's camera view to enrich and enhance a customized experience. Apple and Android have introduced their new AR development platforms, named ARKit and ARCore respectively, making it possible for anyone with a smartphone or tablet to access state-of-the-art augmented reality experiences.
AugmentedReality.health is a leading developer of augmented reality applications, with a specific focus on AR apps for the medical community. The company is responding to the advent of ARKit and ARCore with a number of new concepts that focus on the design and development of medical augmented reality applications, and provide practical value for the health care industry. Medical Device Repair Training AR is an augmented reality medical concept AugmentedReality.health believes will make a positive impact on training for medical device repair specialists nationwide.
Medical repair training is typically done in a university biomedical program as part of a specialized course of training. There are also independent certifying bodies that oversee the quality of medical repair training. Medical Device Repair Training AR can be developed to integrate fully into a biomedical training curriculum, with all of the tools and capabilities that augmented reality has to offer.
Medical Device Repair Training AR has the potential to be used as a standardized repair procedure platform for the biomedical device repair industry. A suite of augmented reality machine repair procedure apps can be incorporated into a larger biomedical device repair curriculum, and will provide excellent support in the field, with augmented reality acting as the expert guide through any given medical device repair procedure.
In a general context, and as part of existing biomedical programs, Medical Device Repair Training AR could act as a platform for a suite of medical device repair training applications, with real-time instructional AR that is used on actual devices. Many professional repair procedures have been standardized across different industries to ensure a thorough diagnosis and a complete resolution of the problem. Known as a root cause analysis, this process is widely employed for all types of devices and repair processes. First, diagnostic tools are applied to inspect a medical device in operation. A complete disassembly of the equipment follows with a detailed inspection of all components for wear and tear corrosion of breakage. Skilled technicians make upgrades in components wherever possible, with a focus on compatibility with the original component assembly, and replace all broken parts. Detailed operational checkout procedures follow a checklist based on each type of medical device.
Augmented reality can add significant value during each phase of this process. For example, in the case of an ultrasound machine, Medical Device Repair Training AR can add virtual graphics to show you how to disassemble the frame and boards to test the board's functionality. Floating text and dynamic operational graphics can be used to indicate how to reassemble the board, with reminders to check for good connections and to look out for any loose wiring. Medical Device Repair Training AR can aid in inspecting components by scanning each component in turn. After the reassembly, Medical Device Repair Training AR can provide step-by-step prompts and instructions to test the power supply, the battery charging board, and to calibrate the screen color. Several probes are tested, with test data saved to the system to ensure reliable information transfer to and from the device. The housing is then tested with augmented reality prompts to test the functionality of each serial port.
DDA formed AugmentedReality.health as a full-service interactive multimedia company with a specific focus on the design and development of augmented reality applications. With significant contributions in nearly all forms of digital interactive multimedia design and development, DDA has garnered Tabby Awards in both 2012 and 2014 for two of its own original tablet applications, in addition to multiple awards for interactive web design and search engine marketing. AugmentedReality.health launched its first augmented reality application in 2009, and look forward to many exciting software development challenges ahead.
By using a logical and iterative approach to software development, AugmentedReality.health's team of experienced professional designers, programmers, and multimedia specialists apply a comprehensive skill set to each and every project, without resorting to third-party contractors. Maintaining full control of the project allows AugmentedReality.health to keep in close contact with their clients during every phase of the process, for a fully integrated and tested result that performs flawlessly across every platform and every device. Whether the project requires continuing medical education (CME) and other eLearning platforms to videos, animations, mobile apps, and more, AugmentedReality.health is ready to take on the challenge and exceed your expectations. Learn more about Medical Device Repair Training AR by contacting AugmentedReality.health today.