Proprietary multifunctional displays are expensive and often awkward to use. Furthermore, they can’t be used flexibly, and are installed for a lifetime.
Devices, equipment or rooms can be scanned and controlled with the use of augmented reality (AR) markers. Physical spaces are connected with the real-time data of a smart building platform via AR. This “smart home” function is also very easy to operate for users without any IT experience.
In addition to the intuitive operation of rooms or equipment, the cost factor also plays a major role. The exceptionally cost-effective AR markers are operated using a personal smartphone as the interface. This allows for easy scaling in the company without expensive hardware.