S M A R T G L A S S E S SUPPORT AT A DISTANCE The approach of the Smart Tooling project was to tackle an existing problem in the field of maintenance and inspection with a new innovative tool. With the Smart Glasses it was the other way around: the smart glasses already existed, but had to find its way to applications in the process industry and learn from practice. SMART TOOLING O B J E C T I V E SMART GLASSES REMOTE ASSISTANCE DIGITAL WORKING PROCEDURES IN ONE OUTWARD LAG REAL-TIME REPORTING LIVE STREAMING OF CAMERA IMAGES KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER 31 This project is a good example of the favourable flow within Smart Tooling. At first, ENGIE was only involved in Smart Tooling via the workshop Cobot - the robot that works with people. Peter Paulissen, Cobot expert at the Belgian knowledge institute Sirris, visited ENGIE at the Maintenance Valuepark in Terneuzen to look at the wishes and possibilities (see page 34). He also discussed the need for digital work instructions. A paperless workshop, and having your hands free while at work. In the initial phase of Smart Tooling, KicMPi and Sirris organised an event in Antwerp about Cobots and digital work instructions. There was a lot of interest and the companies Proceedix and Iristick came on board immediately. Proceedix offers a software platform that offers procedures, work instructions and inspections paperless. A few years ago, Iristick developed smart glasses for remote assistance. Within Smart Tooling, the combination was made: with the addition of Proceedix's digital workflow, the

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