VR Training for Custom Content
Custom VR Training Content for Enterprise
Building new realities in 21st Century workforce training.
Virtual reality has been proven to improve learner recall accuracy, knowledge retention, and takes less time to train. And companies using VR for safety skills have seen less safety incidents and qualitatively have noted that trainees really enjoy the experience.
Virtual Reality Training Creates:
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Standard or Custom? Determine Your Enterprise VR Needs
PIXO VR is an enterprise-compliant virtual reality training platform that delivers both standard and customized learning experiences. PIXO provides a marketplace of standard skills VR content across many industries like Outside Meter Inspection, Pipeline Patrolling, and Scaffolding. It also has standard safety offerings like Fall Protection, Lockout / Tagout, and Hazard Recognition. PIXO and its VR partners create virtual reality simulations that engage your trainees, while making it feel like a real-life experience—which is a powerful teaching environment.
PIXO can also help companies who have very specific equipment or unique procedures, modify standard training or create fully custom virtual reality content appropriate for their requirements. When it comes to safety training, most companies begin with standard training and request modifications as needed for specific equipment. Enterprises request VR development when they have proprietary procedures or equipment that requires a unique learning environment. Use cases range from a unique manufacturing operation to fast-food productivity for teaching specific machines or kitchen processes.
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Virtual Reality Simulations Made for Your Unique Equipment and Procedures
Enterprises are rapidly adopting virtual reality (VR) for their standard and customized training needs. The reasons include the need to overcome obstacles such as remote work, but also because of the proven effectiveness of the VR experience to train employees faster and more effectively. This is particularly important in industries like Construction, Manufacturing, and Energy & Utilities, where there is a significant skilled labor shortage.
Another commonality among these industries is that often the special equipment that employees need to learn to operate may not be easy to access, or they have production equipment that is expensive to shut down for training. These challenges make training a very costly effort, but one that is important to get right in order to train new and existing employees.
This is where virtual reality excels. Enterprises need a training solution that can bridge the skills gap by providing an immersive, interactive, real-world experience without real-world cost and risk. VR provides an immersive experience for learning hard skills that has been proven to be extremely effective at teaching the technology and procedures needed for successful operation. It also has been shown to reduce costs from travel, expensive equipment use, lowering safety incidents, and in helping to fill the skilled labor shortage.
Features that can be incorporated into PIXO virtual reality projects
- Multi-user functionality: PIXO VR training allows dozens of users to learn, interact, and collaborate in the same space—even if separated by thousands of miles.
- Scenario randomization: PIXO VR technology can expose users to different repeatable and randomized workplace scenarios.
- Real-time data & analytics: Users benefit from real-time scoring and feedback, given while lessons are still top-of-mind.
- Wireless global distribution: The PIXO platform can deliver the VR content to headsets anywhere in the world.
Whether custom or standard, all VR training modules can be delivered wirelessly to headsets through the PIXO platform. PIXO has robust data tracking and reporting metrics on training usage and effectiveness. This data gives training directors, safety officers, and operations managers the visibility they need to ensure users are trained. It also helps to set the proper standards for safety and compliance, minimizing risks and mistakes.
How Proprietary Virtual Reality Development Happens
In order to create an immersive experience for your unique needs, the process starts with a review of standard VR content on PIXO. This help to identify where existing content could be modified or if content needs to be developed from scratch. Next, you and your process and training experts will work with PIXO’s development team who use instructional design to create custom VR training solutions.
Once the content is developed, the PIXO customer success team will help you design and roll out a pilot program to test the VR project. Pilots usually last 1-3 months and is invaluable for optimizing content as well as testing out PIXO best practices for how to introduce employees to VR devices and learning experiences at scale. Following the pilot, the VR application can be launched. And PIXO’s customer success team is your partner throughout each step to ensure excellent adoption and improved learner outcomes.
VR Use Cases for Specialized Virtual Experiences
Ford Motor Company hired Bosch to ensure technicians are properly trained to provide service and maintenance on the company’s most advanced original equipment. Bosch came to PIXO to deliver the VR content and platform to make this happen.
With a very young workforce, quick service restaurants are in need of a more innovative way to train than traditional methods. They identified the value of rapidly onboarding this demographic in virtual reality.
GTI approached PIXO to help make residential gas meter inspection — one of the first and most important skills for new hires — more cost-effective and efficient to conduct. PIXO customized interactive gas meter inspection content to fit their needs.
Saudi Aramco needed to reduce costs for oil rig skills development and needed a platform that could scale globally. PIXO created immersive oil rig simulations and wirelessly delivers this to headsets globally—significantly reduce costs.
A global enterprise needed a way to quickly train temporary personnel on operations for a large sports venue. Through PIXO, they created a robust virtual environment to simulate various scenarios—preparing trainees for a critical global event.