VIRTEX Recognized as Manufacturing Leadership Awards 2022 Winner


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VIRTEX, LP announced that it has been recognized as a winner in the 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Awards for its outstanding achievement in Engineering and Production Technology. 

VIRTEX's Project, 'Extended Reality & Telepresence' (XRT), featured augmented reality and how it uses emerging technology to facilitate growth and innovate with limited space and downtime in the manufacturing process. The utilization of augmented reality (AR) & extended reality (XR) has helped VIRTEX to advance with technology that helps move the entire industry forward.

"VIRTEX's XRT initiative is changing the way we do business," said Ian Denefe, Manufacturing Engineer at VIRTEX. "Remote access and telepresence have helped mitigate the effects of travel restrictions, and the use of AR seeks to expand the capabilities and efficiency of our engineering, production, and quality control resources."

You probably don't think about augmented reality (AR) being used in the manufacturing process. With new and emerging technology in AR, manufactures are seeing changes in designs as well as the way view the assembly process. With huge improvement in efficiency and accuracy, this technology is helping transform the electronic manufacturing business.

"Our customers and partners know that VIRTEX brings cutting-edge capabilities to tackle some of our most complex problems," said Brad Heath, President & CEO of VIRTEX. "VIRTEX continues to lead the market in innovation, providing advanced solutions for the toughest operational challenges. The work our team did to accelerate training and employee onboarding has been critical in the growth plans VIRTEX has experienced in a very challenging workforce environment."

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