At the Augmented World Expo in Munich, we have been exhibiting the WEKIT project last week, showcasing the breakthrough achievements for our augmented reality and wearables solution in the space industry, aviation, and medicine. On stand #217, we exhibited the different versions of the e-textile garment (and its underlying sensor harness) as well as the software solution. The director of our lab, Dr Fridolin Wild, gave a keynote presentation in the enterprise track about AR experience capturing and sharing for Training 4.0, explaining the technologies of the project and the findings of the pilot trials reported so far in a series of articles and papers.