VR Training for Manufacturing
Virtual Reality for Manufacturing Training
Building new realities in 21st century workforce training.
Companies in the Manufacturing Industry using Virtual Reality Training Can Expect
Companies using virtual reality in manufacturing are seeing huge financial benefits from quickly onboarding new workers to reducing costs from specialized equipment shutdowns. And when it comes to safety training, manufacturers are seeing less workforce injuries—which saves significant money. Plus filling the skilled labor gap means increase productivity and that means higher revenue.
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VR is improving safety and closing the skilled labor gap for manufacturers
The manufacturing industry is facing a serious shortage of skilled labor. On top of that, the special equipment workers need to learn to use may not be easy to access without stopping production or traveling to remote location to conduct the teaching. This makes training a very costly effort, but one that you need to get right in order to train the next generation of operators and assembly line workers.
Manufacturers put a premium on efficiency, which is why you need a training solution that can effectively bridge the skills gap by providing real-world experience without adding cost and risk. That’s where virtual reality (VR) can help. VR in manufacturing provides an immersive experience for learning plant safety and hard skills that has been proven extremely effective at teaching the technology and procedures needed throughout the manufacturing process.
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PIXO VR for Manufacturing: Your Supply Chain for Safety & Skills Training
Using virtual reality in manufacturing helps companies develop new employees to be skilled and capable, while keeping existing employees safe. PIXO provides a marketplace of standard manufacturing virtual reality safety offerings like Fall Protection, Lockout / Tagout, and Fire Extinguisher Training to comply with OSHA standards. PIXO and its AR and VR partners can also create custom virtual use cases for operations training on your specific equipment and unique production processes. PIXO develops immersive content that engages your trainees, while making it feel like a real-life experience—which is a powerful and effective learning environment.
Virtual reality technology is a great addition to existing safety and hard skills learning programs. It can be used to break up a long day in the classroom. It can also eliminate the need for equipment shut down thanks to its ability to create a virtual, yet life-like interaction with your technology. It also can reduce trainer/trainee travel since headsets can be sent anywhere in the world for remote use.
VR content through PIXO comes with robust data tracking and reporting metrics on training effectiveness. This data gives operations managers the visibility they need to set the proper standards for safety and compliance, minimizing risks and mistakes, while getting workers onto the assembly line where they are needed.