‘March 2019 – Virtual Reality Exhibition Europe. Our Virtual Reality based simulation & training for subway train operator’
Businesses are having to adapt quickly by adopting new technologies in this time of great economic upheaval. In the realm of employee training, immersive learning experiences like virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are changing the way workers learn and develop skills that are necessary to succeed.
Today, immersive tech is no longer confined to gaming. The install base for AR in mobile devices and smart glasses could go over 2.5 billion by 2023, with total revenue reaching $70 billion to $75 billion. VR is expected to have an install base of over 30 million and $10 billion to $15 billion in revenue within the same period. Enterprise-level use is on the rise.
Health & Safety Training
VR TECHNICAL/SKILLS TRAINING
VR based training deployed for Ashok Leyland
VR FIRE SAFETY TRAINING
VR based Fire Safety Training for a Govt Organization
VR SIMULATION FOR RESEARCH & STUDY
A unique simulation study on DroneTaxi for the German Ministry of Transport
VR TRAINING FOR CARE GIVING
As the Pandemic started, The Italian Govt wanted to give a unique training for the elderly caretakers