Virtual Reality Training
for Hazardous or Dangerous Environments
Industries Using Virtual Reality For Hazardous Job Training
Prepare for the unexpected. Many organizations are using VR in hostile environments to prevent common workplace injuries and to practice rare or emergency procedures without risk of exposure to potentially hazardous materials. These are the types of scenarios that can’t be easily replicated in a classroom setting.
For example, an engineer can practice how to safely and quickly reach a specific location in a nuclear plant and service equipment without the risk of exposure to radiation. In a manufacturing setting, assembly teams can practice equipment repairs without risk of injury or the cost of suspending the production line. A new equipment operator who isn’t skilled enough yet to operate equipment safely in a construction environment – potentially causing work delays or accidents – can practice before going on the job. With VR training courses, employees can practice dangerous procedures in safe and risk-free virtual environments.
INDUSTRIES THAT BENEFIT FROM VR TRAINING
- Industrial Manufacturing
- Military and Defense
Training Uses for Virtual Reality in High Risk Environments
As an industry leader and one of the first to market in VR and XR training solutions, Oberon can bring your company to the forefront of its industry with best-in-class employee training. We bridge the gap between commercially available software packages and innovative technology solutions to ensure you receive the most innovative and efficient training solutions that benefit your employees and bottom line. Leveraging decades of experience in designing and implementing comprehensive content lifecycle solutions, we evolved our offerings to provide dynamic online delivery and fully immersive VR training solutions. This deep industry knowledge allows us to operate as an extension of our client’s team and to bring innovative solutions that are based on best practices and implementation successes.
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