VR training during COVID-19
During the pandemic, the possibility of group training was very thin. Practical individual training is very expensive. The alternative are automatic systems for VR training
Oculus goggles in combination with CleanBox make it possible to automate training. After putting on the goggles, the employee logs in with his data and starts selected training modules. After completing the training, he puts away the goggles, which are then cleaned in the CleanBox. Training results are sent to the system.
Cleanbox is a UV-C cleaning technology that removes viruses including SARS-CoV-2. Cleanbox has confirmed in the form of tests that the device removes the virus and has a 99.9% efficiency
Oculus Quest goggles are equipped with a hand tracking system, so everything that happens in the application is performed almost 1: 1 as in reality.
Hand tracking eliminates goggle controllers and reduces the goggle barrier to a minimum. Therefore, people with different experience are able to quickly adapt this technology and use it during training.
Training can be conducted individually when an employee has been assigned to do so.
It may be a scheduled date or in the so-called "in the meantime" during downtimes or breaks.
Individual trainings will ensure that there will be no shortage of employees at workplaces and will increase the efficiency of the entire company.
• Virtual trainer
In the application we have an internal trainer who teaches the employee how to use the goggles and how to perform subsequent tasks in the application. Applications that are most often used by our clients in automatic mode include:
First Aid BLS and AED VR
Fire training VR
Training results in the system
As part of the platform, you always have access to data in which you can check who and when was trained using the application, and what results they achieved. Additionally, you can connect our platform with any LMS (eLearning) platform and have the results in your platform.
Check employee performance
Track what progress your employees are making