Save Time and Money with VR Training

Regular/refresher hard skills trainings generate costs by causing downtime, as well as distracting more experienced workers from their daily routine.

Virtual Reality accelerates the improvement of employees’ qualifications by giving a realistic reflection of the work station, with greater employee involvement resulting in the higher attractiveness and a deeper level of engagement.

Thanks to the distraction-free environment we learn faster, we also remember better; especially while the employees had little or no experience. They can train any scenario (including dangerous ones) multiple times until they reach the desired level of expertise.

The technology is extremely effective for learning and exploration and has been widely adopted by many industries - allowing to avoid expensive consequences of human errors.

It does also give the opportunity to use gamification and freedom of time and place of training - saving both time and money.

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No more rolling eyes or naps during the OHS training. Replace theory with intriguing practice.

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The bright future of AR/VR for manufacturing

Experts of the Lockheed Martin have calculated that savings from the use of Virtual Reality reach over a dozen million USD per year.

Market forecasts, however, say that augmented reality will be a technology that will support the development of enterprises and their digital transformation to the world of Industry 4.0.

67% of IT managers surveyed in technology companies participating in the KPMG survey in 2017 pointed to augmented reality technology as a technology that will bring a breakthrough in the near future.

An important challenge for augmented reality will also be combining its functionalities with possibilities of artificial intelligence (AI).

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Virtual reality can help prevent dangerous situations as a tool supporting the safety of workplaces. 

In fact, performing a hard skills training in VR is the fastest way for the employee to memorize all the procedures and intricate details of the job. It is also extremely useful if the work to be performed by a new employee is to take place in a hazardous place, such as high-voltage switch gears or large construction sites.

The second largest area of VR implementations in companies is the area of visualization and simulations supporting broadly understood optimization of the company's functioning. These types of implementations relate primarily to the creation of the Digital Twin.

Digital Twin is supporting the development of enterprises by creating virtual models of factories, production lines, individual stations, machines or devices, and then validating production processes through simulations implemented in the virtual world.

The digital equivalent avoids costly modifications to real production lines - saves time and money associated with the design and production process.

The best effects of the implementation of this type of solution are currently achieved by the automotive (Ford, BMW) and the aviation industry (Airbus, Lockheed Martin).

VR Advantages

Authentic Experience

Practicing hard skills in VR can provide the authentic experience needed to develop these skills, especially when traditional learning methods have been too difficult, or unsuitable.

Immersion

VR creates a strong sense of presence and immersion due to the fact that it provides realistic, multi-sensory and interesting experiences that traditional teaching methods cannot replicate.

Realism

Employees are able to continually practice real-world situations, in the safety of the virtual world, they can learn through experience and more easily apply their learning to the workplace.

Data-driven evaluation

We track hand and head movements, trainee reaction times, attention, gestures & decision logic to provide you with actionable insights for your workforce.

Frequently Asked Questions

Training simulations may include the necessity of wearing protective equipment (i.e. safety harness, hook, goggles, etc.) and showing the consequences of a lack of security for an employee in the event of a dangerous situation or accident.

They may also include an explanation of how to move around the workplace, transport materials, or operate certain machines and devices if they are related to employee safety.

Such a virtual dangerous situation or a virtual accident affect the future behavior of the employee rather than a book or even a movie (which both are the common practice during health and safety training).

Finally, simulating accidents during work and the consequences of accidents leaves a lasting impression on the employee’s psyche and can permanently affect the change in human behavior.

The preparation time of the VR / AR application depends on several factors, which can include: the scope of space that will have to be modeled in VR (modeling a large factory hall will take more time than a small office), graphics quality, the scope of integration with other software.

In the case of augmented reality, an important factor is the need to integrate with existing systems and solutions (e.g. ERP, CRM, etc.). Usually, application preparation takes no less than 2-3 months, but there are also shorter (1-2 months) and longer (6 months) implementations.

The two main problems faced by companies implementing augmented reality technology are the problem of data transfer, i.e. the need to ensure secure and reliable data transfer from devices on which data is located to augmented reality devices.

The second problem is the problem of the exact location of the employee in space. The relatively high costs of equipment (augmented reality glasses) are also a problem. In the case of virtual reality, the main problems are hardware costs and relatively high software costs.

HTC and Oculus are currently the most popular hardware platforms. Glasses of these companies have their new premiere at least once a year, surprising users with new and better functions. Pico, Microsoft, Magic Leap, and other glasses are also often used.

Industrial AR is a technology that makes it possible to better control machines and devices in a company, and carry out maintenance works efficiently, even if they are to be done by less experienced staff.

A worker equipped with a tablet or a cell phone can scan a selected device and obtain information on any resulting irregularities, as well as receive instructions on how to carry out necessary repairs.

The cost of application preparation is derived from the scope and time of application preparation. Simpler applications can cost around several thousand USD. The more complex ones, with many training spaces and good graphics, can cost tens of thousands USD and even more.

Return on investment depends on the scope of training. The savings are first faster training time, greater training effectiveness, greater involvement of participants. Simpler training can earn a living in a few months. The benefits of implementing these more expensive applications offset the costs usually after several months.

But there are also pieces of training where measurable financial benefits are difficult to capture, but they provide a number of other benefits, such as image benefits - a positive perception of the company by both employees and the environment.

Yes, VR / AR applications can be prepared so that you can upload them to several devices at the same time. When it comes to connecting with other applications, it is technically possible to combine VR / AR applications with other applications. If only the software with which we want to connect has such a possibility.

The benefits of implementing VR technology and AR technology have a wide spectrum and, in principle, a separate catalog of benefits can be defined for both of them, but some elements remain common.

From the company's perspective, these technologies can be a tool for optimization (whether planning the supply of spare parts or production), a tool supporting the reduction of production costs (quality control, avoiding errors), or a tool supporting the safety of workplaces (avoiding dangerous situations).

Both technologies support work efficiency by reducing the time of many operations (completing and integrating processes) and also supports learning processes.

Combining VR or AR with other IT systems in the company, we have ongoing access to many data and parameters, which supports the management of processes in the company or allows better prediction of events (prediction). Finally, both technologies help better manage production.