As the technology landscape changes, global workplaces are finding new ways to help their employees thrive.
We firmly believe in embracing the future, where technology enables immersive and enriching knowledge sharing and scalability.
Augmented Reality (AR) technology is a game-changer, offering employers advanced and cost-effective solutions for on-the-job training, experiential coaching, knowledge transfer, and collaboration.
AR bridges gaps by facilitating real-time skills-building, resulting in tangible business benefits. Businesses leveraging AR witness heightened efficiency, enhanced safety, and improved knowledge transfer among employees.
AR reimagines global teamwork through real-time collaboration via video, chat, and interactive features, fostering seamless collaboration across distances.
Empower your employees with complex training that is readily accessible anytime, anywhere, in a safe and risk-free environment.
Our guided AR training enables mastery of technical applications, including maintenance, repair, and diagnostic procedures, while enabling higher engagement.
Learning becomes focused, leading to quicker skill acquisition and improved retention. Embrace AR to revolutionize your training programs and drive your organization to new heights of success.
By leveraging AR technology, you can eliminate additional expenses associated with multi-day courses.
Instead, you only pay for the day rate of the trainer/facilitator, maximizing cost-efficiency while delivering impactful training experiences.
AR transcends traditional boundaries, revolutionizing the way knowledge is imparted and ensuring optimal resource allocation for your organization.
AR training for global implementation offers a compelling return on investment.
The significant reduction in overall costs allows for a quicker recovery of expenses, accelerating the ROI timeline. The heightened engagement contributes to improved accuracy and a higher likelihood of achieving right-first-time repair.
By harnessing the power of AR, organisations can enhance training outcomes while optimizing cost-effectiveness, ultimately driving tangible returns on their investment.
It is an enhanced version of the physical world which combines a view of the real world with computer-generated elements.
No. Virtual Reality (VR) places the user in a simulated programme so they can experience what it would be like to be in that environment e.g. designing a house.
In the same way a trainer or facilitator would lead a classroom or online based training course, the trainer guides the trainees through a series of tasks to complete a learning session or module. The trainer can be situated anywhere in the world and both trainer and trainee just need an internet connection.
Trainees wear a head mounted camera with a combined heads up display (HUD) which connects through a videoconference type application so that the trainer can see what the trainee sees and the trainee can see whatever the trainer sends them through the HUD. All hands-free.
Yes and no. Yes because it works over the internet and no because the trainer or facilitator sees exactly what the trainees see and is on hand to support them with guidance on what they are doing physically in real time.
AR is now used in medical training from MRI applications to performing highly delicate surgery in real time. Pilots flying F-35 fighter jets use AR displays to see a 360-degree view around their aircraft, thereby eliminating any blind spots.
There are so many potential applications and the one we are delivering right now - vehicle technical training - is for vehicle technicians needing to gain qualifications of demonstrable competency to service, diagnose and repair faults.
Watch out 2023 - here we come...