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Professional Skills Training

TAURON Polska Energia S.A. is a Polish company grouping companies from the energy sector. The Tauron Group is the second largest group of this type in Poland and one of the largest energy holding companies in Central and Eastern Europe. It operates in all areas of the energy market – from coal mining to distribution and sale of electricity and heat.

Client

Tauron

Sector

Energy industry

Services

VR training design

3d modeling

Technology

HTC Vive

Unreal Engine

Challenge
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Switching station training: a matter of life and death

A switching station is a place where the slightest mistake made by a worker can lead to his or her death. The client needed a VR work simulator that would familiarize the employees with the workplace and the specifics of the equipment, thus allowing them to do the right thing based on the orders received from a supervisor. The aim was to provide a safe step-by-step training course for a team that deals with risky activities. The actual challenge, though, was to move from strictly paper-based training to one that would best reflect real-life conditions that the workers are likely to face.

Process and project scope
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Modeling and simulating the workplace to the fullest

Business value
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Practice makes perfect (and safe)

In the case of training applications, it is all about safety and saving costs associated with the training itself. Owing to the application we developed, the client can now conduct the training anywhere, anytime. There is no need to take employees to a specific facility.

It is also worth adding that such training courses make it possible to develop good habits in employees and are much more effective than standard forms of training.

All the features of the app allow users to exercise their practical skills that are essential for their workplace. They teach them how to avoid mistakes and how to know what to look out for.

Such VR work simulator should be mandatory for all workers in order to avoid employee reluctance due to missing knowledge (as well as to avoid worst-case scenarios, including death).

Technology stack
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Photorealism and VR join forces to ensure occupational safety

The VR work simulator sports photorealistic graphics made in 3ds Max. The application itself, in turn, was developed in Unreal Engine 4. This product was specially designed to run on HTC Vive devices.

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