Increase quality and efficiency across your entire operations

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, manufacturers can run more efficient operations while increasing quality and reducing overall costs associated with unplanned downtime, maintenance and support. To support supply chain operations, Skylight can help train and onboard warehouse staff to improve overall accuracy of orders and ensure items are moved around as quickly as possible to maximize efficiencies.

Common industrial equipment manufacturing use cases

Complex assembly

Yield an average of 32% increase in productivity by providing guided instructions, visual diagrams, and reference material directly in line of sight

Quality control

Ensure that tasks are completed to spec by incorporating quality management procedures and integrations with IoT-enabled smart tools

Maintenance and repair

Reduce downtime with hands-free access to reference materials, complete digital checklists, and resolve issues real-time with remote experts

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

Warehouse fulfillment

Fulfill 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

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

Some of the industrial and heavy manufacturing companies we work with

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Schneider Electric uses Skylight from Upskill
Trumpf uses Skylight from Upskill

Discover how smart glasses can help solve the skills gap by improving the efficiency and agility of workers across in manufacturing, warehousing, and field service environments.

AR solutions across the whole supply chain

Aerospace worker using augmented reality solution by Upskill to find the proper wire placement.


Reduce manufacturing and engineering inefficiencies by delivering complex instructions and process management protocols via smart glasses

Aviation Field Service Technician using augmented reality


Reduce assembly equipment downtime by instantly viewing and troubleshooting procedures, or consulting remote experts across the factory or around the globe

Aviation material handler using augmented reality to track materials

Parts and Supply

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