System access equipment provider, HAKI has launched a new iOS mobile application that brings to life the product range through interactive user guides and augmented reality (AR).
The HAKI App is a free, one-stop service that provides customers 24/7 access to information about HAKI equipment and applications, irrespective of their location. Simple navigation allows users to easily find component lists, mounting and loading data, and videos on products like the market-leading Stair Tower, Universal system and HAKI Bridge System (HBS) – all at the click of a button.
Complemented by AR, the app allows users to take a closer look at core HAKI systems and components in 3D. Rotation and zoom features also give a detailed view of structures.
Additionally, customers can book training courses and view the latest HAKI news and case studies through the app.
Developed by HAKI’s Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) team, the HAKI App forms part of the company’s broader digitalization plans, and follows the release of new HAKI design and BIM tools in late 2018.
VDC and innovation manager, Mattias Kuduk said: “We developed the new mobile app to help our customers find the information they need, quickly and easily,
no matter where they are in the world. This is convenient for customers and makes sure that they have the correct information about our products to hand, so systems are used safely.
“The interactive AR feature lets people see HAKI from a real-life perspective – something that has not been possible from our standard brochures and manuals before.
“We also have plans to update the app later this year with more features, like a built-in configurator, and an Android version of the app will be released soon.”
You can download the free HAKI App now, on an iOS device via the App Store.