Virtual Reality Safety Training
Train quickly, efficiently and anywhere for safety.
Virtual Reality for safety training
Train personnel in a safe and efficient manner. Virtual Reality offers higher engagement, more focus and lower cost compared to other safety training programs.
The components of a virtual realtiy safety training
A virtual reality training is passive or (semi) interactive/ In the passive variant, the participant is shown content and absorbs information. In the interactive variant, the participant answers questions, makes choices or performs actions that influence the course.
Watching a 360-degree video of a tour of a company building. This is a linear experience without choices with only one outcome.
What do you use it for?
- Company tours
- Tasks, processes and policies
- Getting to know colleagues
For example, watching a 360 video on safety and answering questions. The answers can influence the course and the final result.
What do you use it for?
- Safety training
- Process or protocols
- Communication training
Training the control of machines or equipment. Physical action and choices are central, allowing for varying outcomes.
What do you use it for?
- Physical tasks and processes
- Controlling machines or equipment
- Interactive safety training
The content in VR training consists of images of the environment in which the training will take place. For example, this could be a factory hall with employees and machines. These images are filmed with a special camera on location or created by computer.
360 degree video
This video is filmed with a special camera that provides a 360-degree perspective. This produces true-to-life images with a high level of detail. You can add text and icons and, using special software, also insert questions.
You can use 360 degree video for:
Passive or semi-interactive onboarding such as tours, policy communication or safety information.
- Realistic images with high detail
- Lower costs than 3D animation
- Simple, scalable process
- Work on location with real people
- Post-adaptation of content not possible
- Not interactive
These are images created with the computer. We use existing content for this or make it based on existing material. This content is suitable for 360 degree videos and interactive applications.
You can use 3D animation for:
Passive, semi-interactive and more interactive training such as instruction, operating machines or interactive safety training.
- Interactivity is possible
- Easily develop new scenarios
- Complex scenarios can be recreated
- Less realistic display than video images
- More labor intensive and more expensive than 360º video
SOMA | VR Safery training for construction
A one scenario based safety training with aspects that are impossible to simulate. This allows SOMA to train on awareness and communication in a controlled environment.
The result is a faster and more effective learning process at lower cost. This first application allows SOMA to easily add new training modules and further improve its curriculum.
BAM Group |
Stairway and construction site safety
A virtual reality application that allows employees to quickly get up to speed on safety requirements as well as stair safety within the construction industry.
BAM employees found this to be a perfect solution for their schedules, information needs and attention span.
Explore the possibilities of safety training?
Safety training hazards
New employees quickly learn about their workplace, the machines and safety hazards with this 3D replica of an assembly line.
Pringles saw that users are more confident to get to work faster and look for dangerous situations more proactively.
Earthquake safety training
An interactive virtual reality training course in which earthquakes are simulated. During the training employees have to analyze different scenarios and make decisions.
USAR staff can train safely and will be better prepared and more confident on the road.
More info on safety training with VR?
This is important for controlling and managing the VR training, this is done with special software. We offer various ready-made solutions or develop a tailor-made application.
We offer three standard solutions for managing VR training.
Look&Play allows users to start the training video by looking at an icon in VR. This software is especially suitable for individual users or small groups.
VR Sync manages 360-degree videos and plays them simultaneously. This allows a trainer to simultaneously start a 360 degree video for large groups of people.
Kiosk Mode starts an application immediately when you turn on the VR glasses. This way the employee can immediately start the training and doesn’t have to start other apps before starting the training.
Content management systems (CMS)
With a content management system you can easily manage the training via an online system. You can view information, add new content or delete old content.
You can manage users and create groups via custom software. In this way you manage the content together with colleagues and you can assign training courses to specific departments or functions.
Data & Analytics
Our solutions can be provided with analytics so that you can easily view data. Think of viewing user results, best completed workouts, or most common mistakes. This is a useful function that allows fine-tuning of the training.
AVG & Privacy
Our own servers meet the strictest security and privacy requirements. If desired, our applications run within your own IT infrastructure to meet company-specific requirements.
Hardware & Hygiene
Within our company, VR hardware specialists know exactly which hardware is suitable for your VR training. For example, we have cabins available that kill bacteria within 5 minutes.
Stand-alone VR glasses
Stand alone VR glasses work without a computer and are especially suitable for 360 video and less complex applications. With the so-called 3 DOF glasses you can look around but not walk around and therefore limited interaction is possible. With the 6 DOF glasses you can both look around, walk, and interaction in the virtual environment is possible by means of controllers.
PC VR glasses
These are glasses such as the HTC Vive, suitable for more complex training processes such as the control of machines. eYou connect this to your computer for extra computing power to display complex environments or to use real-time data.
Accessories & Hygiene Solutions
We supply various accessories for safe and hygienic use of the VR glasses and hardware. Our specially selected glasses are cleaned and we also offer various accessories such as UV installations that kill 99% of bacteria within 5 minutes. This way the glasses are ready for quick use for your employees.
1. First meeting
2. Generating ideas
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