Partnership improves access for remote Northern communities in Canada
Kognitiv Spark and LOOKNorth have partnered to use RemoteSpark, an Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) worker support software developed by KognitivSpark, to improve maintenance for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in remote northern communities in Canada.
The solution will be demonstrated in the field through a partnership between LOOKNorth and Igutchaq UAV, a professional UAV and GIS services company based in Inuvik NWT. Igutchaq UAV trains and facilitates certification of UAV pilots from communities in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region and the Gwich’in Settlement Area. The services offered by Igutchaq UAV will directly support regional priorities ranging from the effects of climate change on Inuvialuit and Gwich’in culture to sovereignty and food security.
The software, designed for the Microsoft HoloLens, will be used to facilitate repairs and maintenance on UAVs operating across the Inuvialuit and Gwich’in territories. The solution will save equipment downtime and travel costs, while delivering enhanced training and support for locals and ensure that the UAVs are operational when needed.
IoT integrated hologram of a digital twin from Kognitiv Spark that demonstrates the effectiveness of AR for industrial asset maintenance.
About Kognitiv Spark
Kognitiv Spark is a global leader for industrial task support software. Partnered with leading hardware providers, they use augmented and mixed reality to deliver holographic worker support with interactive 3D content, artificial intelligence, and live IoT data.
Founded in 2016, the Kognitiv Spark team has worked closely with industry to guide developments to ensure real-world applications. Recent winners of the Microsoft IMPACT awards as well as winners of the NATO Defence Innovation Challenge, they’ve earned recognition on an international stage.
Kognitiv Spark’s mission is to empower workers to achieve more with operational productivity, primarily in industrial manufacturing, aerospace and defence, and the oil and gas sectors. They believe in human potential – and that with the power of technology, everyday people can achieve extraordinary things.