By Marc Bardiaux

Augmented reality (AR) involves superimposing images or information onto the real world. In its final deployment, all the information provided by the car’s GPS, for example, can be consulted on the windshield. Directional arrows, street names and addresses will be displayed on top of the actual location. But AR will not be limited to driving alone; it could, for example, guide a mechanic step-by-step through a vehicle repair procedure, layering the virtual on top of the real.

AR is already a guarantee of precision for complex automotive operations. Its future looks promising.

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