Skylight is built for the Microsoft community.
Customers using the Microsoft stack will find a platform that can extend these investments into a new group of users.
Developers using Microsoft tools will find an easy, out-of-the-box solution that they will already be familiar with.
Businesses waiting for HoloLens will find a company that has already built an enterprise product with augmented reality in mind.
- Build Skylight Add-Ins using VisualStudio and C#
- Run Skylight on Azure
- Unlock enterprise content and multimedia repositories in SQLServer and SharePoint to front-line workers
- Extend the reach of Video Collaboration of Lync users using Skylight
- Integrate Dynamics AX with Skylight for the hands-on workforce
- Analyze new operational and performance data with PowerBI
- Run Skylight’s Windows-ready augmented reality client on HoloLens
See Skylight integrated with Microsoft for warehousing and logistics:
Success Story: Accenture, Shell and APX.
Together APX and Accenture are driving new innovation inside one of the world’s great companies – Shell. This partnership has delivered new use cases in areas ranging from field technicians to laboratory scientists.
One of the most exciting and powerful was creating a new way to collaborate. Accenture built an integrated solution to bring the see-what-I-see capabilities of Skylight to the pervasive UC solution of Lync. For the first time, the hands-on worker and the knowledge worker are connected in real-time, sharing information and helping each other doing their most critical tasks.
Watch Brent Blum describe Accenture’s vision for enterprise smart glasses and experience developing solutions with Skylight:
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