Windows Mixed Reality Tools To Help Air Traffic Controllers

360world, a Hungary-based tech company involved in motion control and augmented reality, is now working on the newly modified Augmented Reality (AR) technology. This new technology will help the air traffic controllers to a great extent.

It released information today about their latest products, the CLAIRITY HoloTower and CLAIRITY SmartBinocular. These Gadgets will use windows mixed reality feature to bring the AR Technology in the hand of air traffic controller.

CLAIRITY HoloTower will give them the ability to see data and information related to the subjects they are looking at around the airport—without distracting or interfering with the real-world view.
The air traffic controller can also view 3D virtual monitors in lieu of physical ones. These monitors are fully customizable and can be interacted with and manipulated by the users’ hands. Users will be able to display crucial information such as weather, maps, and current air traffic data, and be able to switch to different modes such as the previously mentioned fog-be-gone viewer.
CLAIRITY SmartBinocular provides similar features to the HoloTower but implements the visual advantages of binoculars. SmartBinocular has greater zoom capabilities than regular binoculars (30x compared to 20x), in addition to smart features such as stabilization, target-locking, and the ability to see through buildings. The SmartBinocular has a useful HUD, which can also display an image more crisp than regular binoculars.
This new technology will allow the air traffic controller to view the 3D virtual monitors in lieu of their physical ones. These monitors will be fully customizable and can be manipulated according to the users’ needs.

For now, 360world does not have a release date for either the HoloTower or the SmartBinocular but is planning to do so as soon as possible.