High Tech & Electronics solutions.

Tailored Operator Guidance for the High-Tech & Electronics Industry


  • Managing high complexity through augmented reality projections
  • Optimizing production output through standardization and waste reduction
  • Supporting a wide range of product variants
  • Training operators faster to manage workforce challenges

The High Tech and Electronics industry practices

The manufacturing of high tech and electronics products involves a complex process that starts with the sourcing of raw materials and components and ends with the final assembly and testing of the finished product.
This assembly process can involve a variety of different techniques, including soldering, welding, and gluing. In some cases, the assembly process may also include the use of automated assembly machines and robotics.

After the assembly process is complete, the finished product undergoes a series of testing and quality control checks. These tests are designed to ensure that the product meets all of the necessary specifications and standards. If the product passes these tests, it is then packaged and shipped to the customer.

The High Tech and Electronics industry demands continuous innovation

The manufacturing of high tech and electronics products is constantly evolving with new technologies and techniques being developed for faster and more efficient production of complex components.

This evolution needs to be realized despite a constraint labour market which is confronted with a dramatic turnover of people and a continuous challenge of recruiting skilled personnel.

Therefore, the high tech industry will have to revolutionize the way they manufacture, improve and distribute their products. They have to integrate new technologies into their production facilities, using advanced automation, autonomation through operator guidance in support of greater precision and consistency in the manufacturing process. They will have to improve the efficiency and quality of the variety of tasks, still to be performed by manual operators, through the provision of a well-controlled, standardized environment. This is where Arkite steps in!

Electrolux - Arkite
ASML - Arkite
ABB - Arkite
Sensata - Arkite
Schindler - Arkite
Mettler Toledo - Arkite
Cisco - Arkite
Celestica - Arkite
Bosch - Arkite
Barco - Arkite
Danfoss - Arkite
BSH - Arkite

Customers who already use our Arkite platform

Guiding Operators at Barco

  • Guiding highly complex assembly tasks with augmented reality projections
  • Supporting a wide range product variants
  • Drastically reducing scrap and rework through error prevention
  • Integration with SAP ME
  • Reduction of Operator Training with more than 50%
Petersime production line with operator guidance by Arkite

At Barco, assembly processes are very complicated. Moreover, at the same workstation, up to 14 different product variants can be assembled. This results in a steep learning curve. It takes a lot of training for an operator to become fully operational. Even with experienced operators, there is still a significant amount of scrap and rework required.

Barco was therefore looking for a solution to guide their operators through these complex assembly processes and to reduce scrap, rework and training time.

Arkite’s Operator Guidance platform transforms your manual workstations into a digital environment by deploying Augmented Reality.
It will give you the control and insights to efficiently steer and optimize your manual assembly processes.

Other industries

Arkite’s Operator Guidance platform has proven its value in many different business cases across multiple industries, showcasing our ability to adapt and excel in diverse environments. Thanks to our elaborate partner network, we have established a strong presence all over Europe.

Learn more about how we can help you in facing the challenges that are critical for success in your industry.

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