Aerospace and defense companies build, move and service some of the world’s most complex machines every day. Quality and efficiency metrics are key drivers to ensuring success in a complex and impactful industry.
Skylight is an enterprise-ready AR platform that equips hands-free workers in factories and maintenance facilities with information critical to get things done faster and correctly, every time.
See how to enhance your operations with Skylight
Upskill has delivered high quality solutions in complex assembly, wire harness manufacturing, airfield maintenance and more to the top brands in aerospace.
When you connect your technicians to the systems that drive your production processes you can count on improved first time quality, better insights into your production and higher output.
How complex assembly works with Skylight
Secure and scalable AR solutions across the whole aerospace supply chain
Reduce manufacturing and engineering inefficiencies by delivering complex instructions and process management protocols via smart glasses
Reduce assembly equipment downtime by instantly viewing and troubleshooting procedures, or consulting remote experts across the factory or around the globe
Parts and Supply
Offset supply chain miscalculations such as part shortages by providing hands-free, real-time inventory management, and visibility
Common aerospace and defense augmented reality use cases
Parts management and kitting
Complete kitting and part order fulfillment up to 46% faster by eliminating paper-based pick lists and live access to inventory management systems
Maintenance and repair
Reduce downtime with hands-free access to reference materials, complete digital checklists, and resolve issues real-time with remote experts
Airline ground operations
Shorten the aircraft turnaround time by completing key maintenance, replenishment, and inspection tasks without having to reference paperwork and entering data manually
Training and upskilling
Enable knowledge transfer through on-the-job, step-by-step instructions that are dynamically collected and presented to the worker’s line-of-sight