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Cost optimisation

Physical training reduced to zero

VR learning can take place any time without the need for expensive assets as training and knowledge sharing are no longer restrained by resource availability. Learners can experiment without fear of damaging equipment and in a 100% safe environment.

The advantage of training in virtual reality over traditional training methods is that it allows us to gain real-world competencies` without using real-world resources. Whether you train miners, bus drivers, police officers or builders, you save your business equipment.

VR Pharmacy Lab - manipulate chemical items

The client is a large pharmaceutical company aimed at teaching their laboratory staff how to make appropriate use of new equipment, test tubes and so on – laboratory equipment in general.

Our experience-based training application allows training the users and verifies their knowledge of doing chemical tests using specialised analytical hardware. The challenge was to create a fully equipped laboratory with unique equipment based on the client’s tech documents. Another critical point was to prepare a clear and easy-to-understand learning flow to teach players step by step what they should do and how they should use the hardware. In the end, all actions were to be tested and included in a report to allow further the administrators to check the results and improve the entire training course in the future.

The VR application allowed the client to avoid the expensive consequences of human errors. Through the use of virtualised inspection hardware, employees can safely learn new skills and check whether they are ready to perform the very same tasks in a real environment.

The benefits of the app include:

Step-by-step learning of how to prepare and use specialised inspection hardware.
Professional guidance regarding what to do and how to use all the manipulators and sensors.
Once an employee is ready, they can give it a go without assistance, and then check their skills by taking a particular exam at the end.