Omniscience recently announced that it had received a patent for the use of AR for key Computational Enterprise enabling application. Computational Enterprise is a next-generation design for new businesses.
The patent will enable businesses to take and process typed material or hand-written one using a smartphone. With this ability consumers can give valuable information to insurance companies or other institutions that require data about their customers.
“The future of nearly all enterprises is to be able to use the vast amounts of data – from consumers, information agencies, medical sources, regulators, and the entire company – regardless of its original format or medium — to tailor the services offered to individual customers.” “The capability made possible by this patent makes it easy for customers to provide their personal information in a private, digitized manner and is a critical entry point for our vision of the Computational Enterprise.” – said Manu Shukla, Omniscience’s Co-Founder and CTO.
One of the discoveries in this patent is to use teachings of augmented reality (AR) to digitize the information from each form, despite data complexities. These procedures have been used in the past for check deposits, mapping, and games, but it was never used for multifaceted enterprise forms.