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Video @Enphase Energy & ServiceMax: End-to-end solution for the #Solar #Energy industry http://ow.ly/T0RbU
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ELEVATE FIELD SERVICE at MAXLIVE EUROPE - 3rd and 4th November, Paris MaxLive Europe brings together innovative ‪#‎FieldService‬ professionals who want to learn new strategies that define the new era of field service, experience the technology that enables these new strategies, and learn how to apply it to their business issues. 
Visit the MaxLive website: http://ow.ly/SfRRD to look at the agenda and REGISTER TODAY http://ow.ly/SfRDQ to make sure you hear the Field Service story of Sony Professional Europe, Schneider Electric, Elekta, PTC, BioMérieux and many more. 
Also, come meet Kevin Ashton the founder of ‪#‎IoT‬ (‪#‎InternetofThings‬) and watch his keynote.
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Share a photo with a field tech you’re thankful for and tell us why. Use the hashtag #ThankATech http://ow.ly/RORVW

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Top Wearables across 10 key sectors: ‪#‎FieldService‬
We are in the infancy of field-service wearables. Research house Aberdeen revealed in its Service Mobility report that just 6 per cent of the field-service workforce is equipped with a wearable device. But three times that number showed an interest in adoption. Software company ServiceMax calls field service the “killer app” for wearables, citing augmented reality glasses for hands-free operation, video-conferencing facilities and sensors, such as radiation detectors. Dave Hart, vice president of global customer transformation at ServiceMax, says: “With wearables, field techs have the potential to harness a range of supportive functionality, such as augmented reality, 3D visualisations and video conferencing to gain critical information, and better facilitate service calls. Schematics can be overlaid on to machines while they are servicing them and colleagues can help field workers in remote locations by seeing what they see on-site to lend support, rather than incurring the expense of flying in an expert.”
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