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Extended Reality Interfaces for Industry
Module developed by ingenjör4.0

Extended Reality Interfaces for Industry

Starting date: Autumn 2024
Price: 1 995 SEK ex. vat

Learn where Extended Reality can fit into your company


This module aims to describe some of the functions of AR and VR technologies in Industry 4.0 systems. These technologies enable us to rapidly prototype products, inspect their ergonomic aspects, as well as the production processes at a much lower cost with better cognitive aspects than the more traditional methods. In this module we explore methods and tools for product development and factory planning using AR and VR with possibilities of hands-on experience with some of the tools. Finally, the module will include webinars where students will be able to discuss the concepts that they have explored and learned in order to apply them in real-world settings.

The schedule
Starting date: Autumn 2024
TBD — 1st Webinar
TBD — 2nd Webinar
TBD — 3rd Webinar
TBD — 4th Webinar
Learning objectives
Describe the types of virtual and augmented reality-based human machine interfaces.
Describe the tools that are necessary for creation of AR and VR.
Describe technical limitations of AR and VR technologies.
Describe the role of AR and VR in Industry 4.0.
Demonstrate basic skills in using AR and VR to aid product development, operator training, multi-user platform and factory layout planning.
Module structure
This module consists of an introductory module where main characteristics of AR and VR are discussed as well as necessary equipment for using AR and VR. It is followed by a module focusing on the product development and prototyping using AR and VR. The third module introduces the student to VR and AR training and factory-floor planning. The latter two modules are based on a set of recorded lectures supported by additional videos and self-study materials along with recommended references, quizzes and a practical assignment.
The modules are based on videos, exercises, quizzes and reflections that you share with other participants as well as webinars for interesting discussions, Q&A’s and much more.
Targeted participants

Product engineer, Business developer, Technical manager and engineers working in informatics, layout planning, visualization and design.

Time commitment

To complete this module, the participant is expected to schedule approximately 4 hours per week over 5 weeks (20 hours in total).


Please note that a minimum of 10 participants is required for the module to start.

After applying to the program, please secure dates in your calendar to be able to join planned webinars and assure time available required for learning.

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