Eric Abbruzzese

Research Director , ABI Research

Eric Abbruzzese, a Research Director at ABI Research, primarily conducts research in augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), and virtual reality (VR). Coverage include devices, content, platforms, and use cases across consumer and enterprise applications. Additional coverage includes gaming, video, and emerging technologies. Before joining ABI Research, Eric was a researcher in the Psychology and Computer Science labs at Arizona State University, including Cognitive and Social Psychology, as well as Human-Computer Interaction in the school of Computer Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering. Eric was also a member of the STARS Computing Corps and focused on solving real-world problems using robotics and the Internet of Things (IoT). Eric received a BS in Psychology from Arizona State University, where he was a student in Barrett, the Honors College. His thesis focused on human-computer interaction and “gamification” as a means of behavioral reinforcement.

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Tuesday, May 16 3:45 PM - 4:15 PM 204

AR1541P - Connecting the Frontline to Drive Workforce Efficiency

The push to empower frontline workers with the information they need, where and when they need it most, is critical to optimize complex workflows and drive overall workforce efficiency. As a result, industrial organizations across the globe are incorporating Connected Worker initiatives. Whether on the factory floor, in the field servicing products, or through enabling end-users of the product, augmented reality is reshaping how frontline employees work. Join PTC and leading experts in a discussion on how augmented reality is empowering and improving the workforce.

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