Our expertise

AMA’s XpertEye suite brings together assisted reality, workflow management, and online scheduling with head-mounted technologies to revolutionize remote working. These cutting-edge solutions enable real-time data and knowledge sharing between experts and remote workers, whilst keeping workers’ hands free. Our solutions increase work efficiency, simplify knowledge transfer and reduce the need for travel.

The AMA Difference

AMA brings together experts that are driven by passion,
inspired by innovation and go the extra mile to bring you an outstanding customer experience.
Our market-leading innovation, high-quality service, and flexible pricing structure have made us a perfect partner for over 400 companies worldwide.

Multi-device support

Our solution runs on a wide range of smartphones, smart glasses, tablets, laptops (microscopes, thermal cameras, endoscopes, dermatoscopes) and is able to connect to multiple external video sources.

Flexible deployment options

Our solution can be deployed with the same level of security as SaaS, on-premises, on your private cloud or on a closed network.

Dedicated assistance & onboarding

Benefit from a seamless onboarding process, from technical set-up and training to your first successful usage of the solution.

Transparent pricing

We offer different pricing options to suit your budget and requirements.

Use Cases for Industry 4.0 and Healthcare

AMA is helping medical and industrial organizations of all sizes accelerate their smart workplace transformation.
Our market-leading XpertEye Assisted Reality platform facilitates a range of applications including remote assistance, training, inspection, healthcare.

Accelerating digital transformation at +400 companies worldwide

News

THALOS and AMA team up to support the digitization of the maritime world.

Satellite communication expert THALOS and remote assistance specialist AMA have just established a partnership, combining the XpertEye remote support solution and the OceanBox² connectivity solution.

5G and health applications: An unprecedented experiment carried out in the operating room of the Rennes University Hospital

Rennes, April 21, 2022 – 5G technology is opening up tremendous opportunities in healthcare. An unprecedented experiment was conducted today at the Rennes University Hospital in partnership with AMA, b<>com Nokia, Orange, and Philips: Simulating a
surgical procedure in a wireless operating room.

What is Assisted Reality? Here is what you need to know

Today, we are in the 4th industrial revolution and wearable technologies promise to unlock the potential for businesses that want to keep up with this industry.