Maintain maximum levels of uptime

When a machine goes down, plant operators are on crunch time. Every hour can translate into hundreds to thousands of dollars per line.

Using Skylight on smart glasses, consumer packaged goods makers can run more efficient operations while increasing quality and reducing overall costs associated with unplanned downtime, maintenance and support. As manufacturers move toward more direct-to-consumer models, Skylight can help skill up warehouse operators, improving accuracy of picking to keep return levels down and customers happy. 

Common use cases for consumer packaged goods

Line changeovers

Provided plant workers with standard steps for how to perform process changes in their line-of-sight, and the ability to make instant video calls for help when the need arises

Equipment repair

Connect your workers to IoT enabled equipment and tools on the floor, allowing for instant notifications when lines go down and machinery needs to be immediately tended to

Preventative maintenance

Empower floor operators to perform predictive maintenance tasks through guided instruction and recorded videos without the need to have an experienced tech at their side

Training and onboarding

Provide on-the-job training through guided instruction, recorded videos and “see-what-I-see” remote assistance with highly skilled staff anywhere in the plant or elsewhere around the globe

Warehouse fulfillment

Fulfill ecommerce orders up to 46% faster and keep return levels down by delivering staff with real-time pick and item location, verification, and an ability to record exception handling on the fly

In-stock availability

Provide staff with real-time availability to know the stock inventory in the factory, or in the store, and be able to make orders

Solutions across the whole supply chain

Medical manufacturing augmented reality use case


Reduce manufacturing and process management inefficiencies and improve first time quality by providing workers with guided instructions via smart glasses

Motion blur of two men moving boxes in a warehouse


Skill up your operators with Skylight on smart glasses to provide vision picking and other AR applications across the warehouse 

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In-store material handling

Offset supply chain miscalculations such as part shortages by providing hands-free, real-time inventory management and availability

Discover how augmented reality is being used to drive meaningful performance improvements in global organizations through four real-world case studies