VR learning solutions have already been implemented in Europe with great success, proving that cost reduction is possible thanks to reduced use of real assets and less time spent on staff training, not to mention higher efficiency. Examples include training bus operators, heavy machinery operators, lab staff, sorting facilities personnel.Read more
Health and Safety through deeper learning
VR training increases engagement and facilitates learning thanks to multi-sensory stimulation, providing visual, audio and sensory stimulation and feedback within a completely immersive environment. This technology better complements different learning styles compared to traditional learning techniques.Read more
Employees can learn how to complete complex tasks safely in a fully-controlled VR environment. VR simulations of real life situations allow employees to take a hands-on approach while avoiding injury and potential damage to equipment. Examples: belt conveyor maintenance, working with valves or at heights.Read more
Augmented Reality revolutionises support services as it allows effective assistance without having to be on-site. Documentation can be put aside while the support specialist can visually guide the on-site staff through the problem, allowing them to be in several remote locations at once without the need to leave the office.Read more
Increase the effectiveness of your onboarding process and reduce negative effects of employees fluctuation through VR training and testing of new employees’ manual skills. Examples include training new employees on the sorting plant in large logistics centers, training bus operators, and even miners.Read more
How to implement VR in your business?
VR technology offers virtually unlimited possibilities. The fundamental question that you have to ask yourself concerns the purpose of the implementation and the expected benefits.Read more