Augmented Reality solutions often depend on a 3D model of the surroundings so they (1) can associate what the user is looking at with specific physical equipment (e.g., for diagnostic purposes) and (2) can generate an augmented image that can be accurately overlaid over the physical image the user sees.
Retail is rapidly changing driven by the challenge of e-Commerce (Amazon). Traditional retail brings the advantage of an in-store experience with the ability to see and touch a subset of the available products.
Augmented Reality can be used to integrate dynamic statistics and other analytics into a professional sports viewing experience.
Because of the phenomenal success of Niantic (Pokémon Go) there is growing interest in games that are played outdoors within the local context, necessarily often using cellular links to a cloud backend that provides the digital form of the local context, augmented with game content (e.g., tokens or prizes).
Complex products like airliners typically have bespoke (unique) designs for each plane manufactured, when you consider all of the options (seating plans, passenger entertainment systems, cabling, engine choices, instrumentation choices, etc.) so assembly and service of each plane is literally different.