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Liebherr launches augmented reality app

Liebherr has launched an augmented reality (AR) app that offers virtual exploration of its product range for heavy lifting and material handling solutions.

Projecting 3D data onto the user’s surroundings, the app shows the capabilities of Liebherr’s LR 1300.1 and HS 8200 crawler cranes as well as its piling and drilling equipment.

The company said: “Crawler crane, deep foundation machine and duty cycle crawler crane engineering and technologies can be experienced in a completely new way.

“Not only machines are in focus but also various assistance systems and digital solutions from Liebherr. Difficult, complex tasks are presented and explained, simply and comprehensibly. The app contains scenes and content relating to heavy lifts, material handling and deep foundation work.”

The Liebherr AR Experience can be downloaded free of charge to any AR-enabled Apple or Android device.

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