Maersk Drilling and Microsoft enter new digital partnership

Maersk Drilling and Microsoft have entered a new partnership to develop augmented reality, reports Børsen.

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Augmented reality or mixed reality will now be a part of Maersk Drilling's day to day approach to work.

In collaboration with Microsoft, the company will use the technology to work on drilling rigs, where for example a pair of glasses with augmented reality technology can send data back to shore and thus remotely follow the work on board rigs, reports Danish media Børsen.

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