Seabery will show up once again as one of the sponsors in AWE Europe 2017, the largest AR+VR conference in the world, from 19 to 20th October.
As a leader in the development of Augmented Reality edtech solutions, we could not miss this great opportunity to join and share in Europe with the largest community of AR&VR expert developers. We are always opened to learning from new trends in technology, innovative educational methodologies, and of course interesting partnership opportunities.
We’ll be willing to meet you in booth #109, next to Vuforia, the company developing the most famous Augmented Reality Software Development Kit (SDK) to build AR apps.
Seabery is a growing company and develop AR solutions applied to education. With more than 2,000 AR solutions worldwide we are present in more than 45 countries. This could not be possible without our network of partners within the fields of industry, institutions and education.
We aim to become a reference in the educational sector, helping to change the traditional educational model to a more personalised one, through the concept of Augmented Training. This method includes AR practices as an added value to enhance the teaching-learning process.
The sum of Augmented Reality simulation and the Augmented Training methodology has led into the creation of Augmented Labs . These are edtech facilities which combine Augmented Reality laboratories in which students can practice with AR simulation to acquire specific manual skills, together with real trade spaces, to complete the learning process. There are Augmented labs running in Germany, England, Spain and Vietnam, among other countries.
It’s not the first time we take part in an AWE event, in fact we showed up in Santa Clara (California), where we were awarded with the 2014 Auggie Award for the best AR Solution for Soldamatic Augmented Technology, the first turn-key welding training solution powered with AR.
With more than 1,500 attendees, 100 speakers and 80 exhibitors, AWE Europe will be the perfect scenario to show the potential of AR applied to education.