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Training with virtual reality:

the 6 best use cases

Virtual reality has arrived today with better performance thanks to hardware miniaturization and improved performance in which scenes can be simulated with increasingly higher quality.

All major VR hardware manufacturers have in their records success stories tied to training in real industry and not just entertainment.

Industrial Safety

It is no longer necessary to light fires in open environments to learn how to extinguish them, with the associated risks and costs.

With virtual reality it is possible to recreate the scenes with a pair of VR glasses.

When we go to these apprenticeships, usually in firefighting spaces, we see the situations almost like in real life and we have to go there to feel those situations.

With virtual reality simulators we can see in 360º and observe the whole scene without the danger associated with fire.

With these tools we can perform the same actions that happen in real life with fire extinguishers, hoses, sounds and movements, light and extinguish the fire and learn the rules.

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Work at heights

In the same way we can recreate the high places for which we need to learn to master vertigo, walk through narrow places, listen to the wind and see down without “falling”.

In this way we can gain confidence knowing that in reality we have both feet on the ground,

The hardest thing to do when we are 10 meters off the ground and our legs are shaking.

These trainings are necessary to master unexpected situations in which we do not know how to react, but without needing sophisticated or distant facilities from our work site.

The experience is as real as if we were in that place, living the risks, but with the remote possibility of having an accident or losing our lives.

Then we can go to work with more confidence.

It is also possible to certify what has been learned with a knowledge test or by taking the analytics for each user out of the virtual reality glasses thanks to the more than 60 sensors present in them.

Logistics optimization

As almost any situation can be recreated in these trainings, it is possible, for example, to recreate warehousing and logistics systems.

In this way the user can play with different processes, shapes and spaces that will look exactly the same in real life, thus learning in an economical way.

Aviation safety

A well-known simulator allows airport officials to examine critical points before an aircraft takes off without ever having been near one.

It is possible to simulate any element, to walk inside or outside, to “touch” the parts, to disassemble and reassemble.

When the person arrives at the job site, they will simply recognize what they saw on the simulator and can be effective immediately, without on-site retraining.

Virtual Training: Reduction of interruptions in industrial processes

Given the high cost of the machinery, few companies decide to have parallel equipment to be able to train their staff, so they have to stop their production line for minutes or even hours.

These training stops are extremely costly to the production line.

In addition to time, the cost of inputs wasted in training or due to training errors is important.

With a virtual reality simulator it is possible to use the equipment infinitely, make mistakes, correct them, go back in the process and see inside the machine what is happening, which is impossible in real life.

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Shared health scenarios

These simulators allow doctors, nurses and patients to detach themselves from critical situations by experiencing scenes from reality, allowing them to get their own anxiety out of the way.

It is possible to develop shared environments as in role-playing games where everyone wears virtual reality glasses and recreates a situation for learning.

The collaborator is immersed in the “reality” and focuses on

Unlike real life that has so many distractions during training, virtual reality makes the user forget about the outside world and become immersed in learning.

Scenarios can mimic the corporate image of real spaces or can be as imaginative as desired;

making the user concentrate fully and all his senses focused.

The Virtual Involve platform is a perfect example of virtual reality training.

Can be repeated at zero cost

Since no trainer, rented space or printed materials are required, it is possible to repeat the training as many times as desired, without spending more than the initial investment.

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