G2Net Nigeria, a leading digital innovation and technology solutions provider, is venturing into the world of Augmented Reality (AR) to build the first A.R in Nigeria powered by Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). The announcement was made at the company’s annual event held in Lagos, where G2Net Nigeria showcased its latest technology innovations.
G2Net Nigeria‘s goal is to provide Nigerian businesses and organizations with access to the latest in AR technology. The company has already developed an AR platform that can be used for marketing, training, customer service, and more. The platform is powered by A.I., which enables it to recognize objects and respond to user input. With the help of A.I., the platform can analyze data and provide real-time insights to businesses.
The platform is designed to be user-friendly, making it easier for businesses to use. It can be used to create interactive experiences for customers, allowing them to interact with products in a more immersive way. In addition, G2Net Nigeria plans to use AR to enhance the customer experience in retail stores, allowing customers to see products in 3D and get more detailed information about them.
G2Net Nigeria is also working on creating an AR app that will be available to businesses in Nigeria. The app will provide businesses with access to the latest AR technology and enable them to create immersive experiences for their customers.
G2Net Nigeria has already started working with several local businesses in the country to build and deploy AR solutions for their customers. The company is also in the process of building a network of partners in the region to help it develop more advanced solutions for the Nigerian market.
The launch of G2Net Nigeria’s AR platform is an exciting development for businesses in Nigeria. It provides access to the latest technology and opens up new possibilities for businesses to create interactive experiences for their customers. G2Net Nigeria is continuing to innovate and develop new solutions to help businesses succeed in Nigeria and beyond.