Dux Delegate

Create work items in a physical space

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Dux Delegate is our AR-application that runs on your AR-device and allows you to create and visualize work items linked to the physical space, create and delegate work items on-the-go, and link existing procedures to the assignment. 

Application screenshots


Dux Delegate runs on AR-devices and is built to create work items on-the-go which are linked to the designated physical location. With Dux Delegate you create assignments easily by going to the physical location and creating a work item where it needs to take place. After filling in the work item details (i.e., job type, add known procedures, urgency, …), it is stored and bound to the physical location. Workers using DUX Execute will be navigated towards the assignment and the linked procedures will be shown once they start the work item. 


Procedures hold step-by-step instructions. These procedures can be designed in Dux Design.

Multiple engineers can work together to build their procedures. A start procedure asking the user what he want to do is a good start point.

The start procedure is the first procedure the worker will see on the workfloor. This procedure can lead to other procedures filtered by tags or error codes.

A procedure existst out of multiple steps. Every step can hold textual info,  images, audio, video, 3D-overlays and highlights, etc.

Steps and procedures can be glued together in the flow. The flow allows you to add smart logic units and link steps together. The flow is the brain of Dux Design.

Interaction and UX

During early versions of the application we implemented a step by step mechanism to guide the user through the procedure using highlights and arrows. Along the way the scope of the project shifted to a non-linear and modular system where instead of guiding the user we would give him/her the opportunity to start and execute the different subtasks as he/she would see fit.

The purpose of this shift is to increase the user’s attention and trigger the student to consult the in-game manual just like in real life.


This way of ‘playing’ makes the module more suitable for Aluro to assess how well a mechanic can operate independently when faced with certain maintenance situations. Thus the overall learning value increased enormously. Both for student, teacher and Aluro.

A step by step procedure is a good tool to learn and rehearse a procedure but in this case the intention is not to memorize the procedure but instead learn the need to consult the manual and follow it’s procedures.


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