Social distancing has become the norm in many parts of the world, impacting the way that companies operate from day to day. Now, most of the companies began to transform their operations process especially for training and development. Thus, to keep their employees engaged, and safe, every companies needs to adapt and innovate.
Now, employees in high risk industries especially in heavy machinery are getting the opportunity to implement the VR technology. Most professionals believe that VR training simulation will be the primary focus of the new solutions and make training programs are more safe and efficient.
PROVIDE IMMERSIVE E-LEARNING AND VIRTUAL TRAINING EXPERIENCE WITH LESS RISK, MORE SAFETY
As our commitment to developing an innovative product through immersive technology, one of our products that have successfully developed is Matador Excavator Training VR. Matador is the biggest machinery from Myanmar that collaborated with ARUTALA to create a training simulation program more effective and efficient. Matador Excav Training VR is simulations with realistic machine controls to help and optimize excavator training with less risk, less cost, but maximum results. This product offers a way to provide immersive e-learning and virtual training
experience without having to visit an on-site location. The module of this product is to know how
to do assembly and disassembly in the engine, how processes occur in the engine, and how to do maintenance processes in the engine. This product also offers a new way of implementing technologies in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
With lots of features, this product can provide different training scenarios, even the riskiest ones. Trainees can learn how to behave in extreme situations in a completely safe environment, it takes trainees through real-life scenarios which makes the whole training much more interesting and memorable.
Matador Excav VR main features
– Provides a Virtual Environment that Mirrors Actual Work Conditions
– Minimizing Accidental Risk
– Engage Employee to Advance their Skills and Competency
26% of businesses are using VR to train employees and VR reduces the occurrence of workplace injuries by 43%