During the COVID-19 Crisis, PTC Invites You to Use Vuforia Chalk for Free

As a global community, we are all facing unprecedented challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Adapting to a new way of working remotely can be especially challenging for industrial companies. Considering the current environment, PTC would like to help.

PTC’s remote assistance product, Vuforia Chalk, leverages augmented reality to enable offsite and on-site employees to collaborate in the operation, maintenance, and repair of all kinds of products. It’s like Facetime, with augmented reality superpowers for industrial settings, and it’s as easy to set up and use. To help during this crisis, we're making Chalk available for free. No obligations.

Want to know more about Chalk?  Learn more here.

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