610 Designing AR Experiences for Performance Support
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday, October 25
AR & VR
While many companies are experimenting with AR in the L&D space, there are a number of businesses harnessing the power of AR for enhancing operational performance outside of the training department. How do these experiences differ, and how can you renew your department’s focus on performance by taking on more advanced AR solutions in your efforts?
In this session, you will learn practical approaches for designing effective AR experiences. You’ll discover an approach to strategic implementation of AR by forming a partnership with functional business units. You’ll also explore the difference between simple marker-based AR solutions and more advanced computer vision and machine learning–backed AR. You’ll then look at how you can integrate AR systems with operational business systems in order to maximize return on investment and realize the opportunity that AR-enabled workers represent. Finally, you’ll look at aligning measurement of business task success and AR experience usage in order to align learning and production.
In this session, you will learn:
- Advanced AR strategy
- What markerless AR is, and why it matters
- How to approach measuring AR performance support
- How businesses are solving big problems with AR solutions
Managers and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Augmented reality, ARKit, ARCore, machine learning, text and object detection and recognition, and xAPI.
Managing Partner, Strategy and New Product Development
Chad Udell is the managing partner, strategy and new product development, at Float. Chad is author of two books on mobile learning-related topics, Learning Everywhere: How Mobile Content Strategies Are Transforming Training and Mastering Mobile Learning: Tips and Techniques for Success. Chad leads his design and development teams to successful outcomes and award-winning work via a strong background in both disciplines and a singular focus on quality. He is an instructor on interactive design at Bradley University, and in 2015 was presented with The eLearning Guild’s highest award of Guild Master in recognition of his impact on the learning industry.