Apple Highlights How Businesses Are Using The Vision Pro Today

The Apple Vision Pro headset has been on sale since February and while it’s only offered in the United States right now, the company says that businesses are already starting to make good use of the $3,499 headset.

In a post to the Apple Newsroom today, the company shared some examples of how the spatial computer is being used.

“Incredible new enterprise experiences leverage spatial computing to customize workspaces, collaborate on 3D designs, deliver specialized employee training, and guide remote fieldwork in entirely new ways,” Apple says, before diving into how the Apple Vision Pro “enables enterprises to build experiences that previously were not possible.”

The post shares some of the apps that are being used across businesses including Webex, Zoom, and Box while Porsche has also been making good use of the headset.

The Porsche Race Engineer app provides an entirely new way for the Porsche team to collaborate. Race engineers are constantly making real-time decisions about everything from the performance of the car to the driver’s vitals. Apple Vision Pro helps engineers visualize car data in real time, bringing critical metrics like speed and braking alongside track conditions and car positioning, combined with live video from the car’s dashboard. In February, Porsche broke the U.S. record for electric vehicles at Laguna Seca with the new Porsche Taycan Turbo GT, while the engineers tracked along using Vision Pro. This can also expand track experiences for fans around the world.

We also see examples of apps that are used to help fire responders, with the FireOps app marking “a turning point in emergency response management.” The post goes on to say that “FireOps leverages the infinite canvas with visionOS to provide a unified operational view of incident action plans, dramatically streamlining over a dozen procedures.

This enhances coordination and decision-making among all participants, and ensures that first responders are more connected, informed, and prepared than ever before.”

With Apple currently only offering the headset for sale in the United States, there are still limitations on who can make use of its capabilities. Apple is expected to launch the headset globally before the end of the year, however, but details on when that will happen and which countries have yet to be shared.

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