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MPH Group Signs Distribution Agreement With Vuzix



Vuzix, a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with MPH Group (“MPH”), a UK-based distribution company enabling digital transformation through the channel and helping in the digitisation of businesses, and has received a volume purchase order from MPH for Vuzix Smart Glasses for immediate delivery.

MPH distributes game-changing and highly immersive technologies that involve augmented reality, virtual reality and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions. From concept to reality, pre-sales through to support, training to automated tools, and from research to high ROI, MPH serves customers across numerous industry verticals that include healthcare, energy, automotive, telecommunications, defence, construction and manufacturing.

“MPH Group is delighted to sign a distribution agreement with Vuzix, giving us and our partners access to the excellent products designed and manufactured in the U.S. by one of the world’s leading vendors of head mounted display technologies,” stated Nick Amer, Commercial Director at MPH Group. “Because of their innovation, quality, and market strategy, Vuzix is the one company we have always wanted to work with and now we can finally offer our partners one of the very best solutions on the market.”

“Our distribution agreement with MPH will help further strengthen our presence in Europe and the UK, geographies which represent important growth opportunities for us,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix. “Vuzix looks forward to an expanding distribution relationship with MPH that will span all of our current smart glasses products, as well as future ones.”

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Magic Leap Partners With Leading Technology Solutions Provider

Magic Leap Partners with Leading Technology Solutions Provider

On March 30, 2021

As part of broad global expansion, MPH Group, based in the United Kingdom (UK), is Magic Leap’s newest partner in Europe (EU). As Magic Leap’s distribution partner across the UK and EU, MPH will work with new and existing Magic Leap resellers to expand purchasing options to customers.

MPH Group is the world’s first Hyper-Value Added Distributor (H-VAD), specialising in the supply and delivery of new and fully immersive technology; virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) SPATIAL compute and internet of things (IoT) solutions – each of them designed to stimulate new ideas, new ways of working and new ambitions.

Warren Ellis, co-founder at MPH Group, said: “This is a very exciting moment for MPH Group and the many organisations we have been working with throughout Europe who have been eagerly waiting for the Magic Leap device to be available in their region. We are thrilled to be distributing this extraordinary enterprise-focused solution to our high value reseller network throughout Europe. Magic Leaps’ Augmented Reality and Spatial compute solutions provide an unrivalled opportunity for enterprises to enable their digital transform initiatives and create significant value for their internal organisation and customers.”

Resellers, ISVs and Solution Integrators that would like to find out more about becoming an authorised reseller of Magic Leap in Europe can connect with MPH via or email for more information.

As more companies look to transform to meet today’s changing marketplace demands, now they have access to the Magic Leap 1, industry leading technology that can create real ROI today. As a leading distributor, get in touch with us today and see how we can help.

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Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Rolls Out RealWear Across UK

Volkswagen commercial vehicles rolls out realwear across uk

On March 8, 2021

Volkswagen Roll Out Realwear Headsets to Ensure Any Maintenance Issue Can be Fixed as Efficiently as Possible

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Rolls Out RealWear Augmented Reality Headsets Across UK
• 6 Van centres
• 93% efficiencies
• £250,000 Saved
• 5 years downtime avoided

 Why Has Volkswagen Chosen to Use Augmented Technology in their Commercial Vehicles Centres?

  • Augmented reality headsets help speed up complex servicing work
  • Technicians can connect directly with experts in Technical Support Centre
  • Nationwide rollout follows successful trial which saved a year of downtime for customers and 2.5 tonnes of CO2 
  • Remote diagnostics help minimise the time a van is off the road

Milton Keynes, UK – Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is rolling out augmented reality headsets for technicians across its Van Centre network to help speed up complex repair work with the potential to save customers five years of downtime – equal to £1million.

The innovative system allows experts based at the Technical Support Centre (TSC) to send precise visual instructions remotely to technicians at Van Centres and Mobile Service Clinics to ensure any maintenance issues can be fixed as quickly and efficiently as possible, minimising the time a van spends off the road.

The nationwide rollout follows a successful trial that saved customers a year of downtime – equal to almost £250,000 – with repair efficiency up by 93 per cent. Not having to physically travel also meant a reduction of over 2.5 tonnes of CO2 for the TSC.

Each of the 67 Van Centres and 30 Authorised Repairers across the UK will have access to a pair of the RealWear glasses, which includes microphone, head camera, display screen and voice activation.

If technicians face complex or unusual servicing points – expected to be around 500 across the UK in 2020 – they can use the technology to connect directly with the Technical Support Centre at head office in Milton Keynes. The expert is then able to support the field technician through the diagnosis and repair by augmenting images, wiring diagrams and adding repair suggestions into their view.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles offers a range of vehicles from Caddy to California and Amarok to Crafter, each with a range of powertrain options and bespoke conversions. This means technicians face a raft of servicing variations each day which might require specialist assistance. David Hanna, Head of Service and Parts at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, said: “Following a hugely successful trial, we have decided to invest in the augmented reality technology to allow us to support our world class technicians and valued customers alike. As part of our Working With You promise, we are committed to keeping customer vehicles on the road and minimising downtime – this technology provides the perfect solution by reducing the time a van spends in the workshop as well as improving the sustainability of our technical support operation.”

Credit: Volkswagen UK Newsroom.

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