major problem when introducing sustainable technologies is the training
required to get the local team trained on how to install and configure
once the products arrive. We have extensive experience in creating a VR
“user guide” where we learn to operate complex machinery like mobile
solar power generators, water reverse osmosis units, mobile desalination, and more.
The following is a mobile water reverse osmosis unit which is ready to be setup. The aim is to reduce damage to the equipment, train local installers and act as a reference for future installation. This example above gives an overview of how it's done.
Virtual Reality Training is the digital simulation of lifelike scenarios for training purposes. Trainees enter a 360°, active learning environment, experiencing sights and sounds that dissolve the barrier between virtual and actual reality. Trainees look, speak, and move about freely in a 3D virtual setting, interacting with simulated real-world tools, machinery, and other trainees and instructors. Our advantage here is the ability to be cross platform - in other words, we can access the contents from any device.
With Virtual Reality, workplace scenarios that were once too difficult, expensive, or dangerous to train for, (such as emergency protocols and disaster preparedness, hazardous material spills, realistic heights training, etc.), become vastly more practical, cost-effective, and safe in an immersive simulation.