On February 9th we held an Immersive Workshop on Virtual Reality Training in partnership with RUSIT
The key goal of the workshop was to share our expertise and bring awareness on how Virtual Reality can help health and safety professionals in solving the following challenges:
- Save manufacturing and training costs
- Reduce work related injuries
- Reduce downtime
- Emergency Response Plan
- Tracking and practicing operational skills
“Any hazardous situation or emergency, such as accidents on electrical distribution networks, can be easily reproduced in a computer simulation, with virtual reality technologies being capable of showing almost any content, including even “playback” of past accidents to prevent them in the future,” – Kamil Khiriev, NNTC VR Expert.