Virtual Reality Training in the Automotive Industry
Imagine training with an equipment or learning complex skills? Is theoretical training enough? Is there a better alternative? How effective is it? Read on.
Enhancing the Quality of Automotive Training
What are the Challenges?
- Lack of practical training, which isn’t most effective for learning complex skills
- Prone to errors, causing potential damage to equipment
- Non-compliance with safety norms during training, making those in-charge vulnerable to injuries
What Addresses These Challenges?
- Virtual Reality training is designed for the training of complex skills
- Different scenarios are worked out based on the nature of the work
- Platform to learn-by-doing, where mistakes are just a learning curve
After the theoretical training phase, they used to practice under the control of experts. This is where workers reportedly make some mistakes, causing serious damages to the equipment models. Moreover, designated specialists were not complying with safety norms when working with heavy car parts like an engine. This made them prone to injuries.
TNQ InGage Solution
When it comes to practical applications of complex tasks and ensuring human safety, mere lectures won’t do the trick. Be it new recruits or qualified employees, the automotive industry demands continuous training.
The training platform we provided helped this automotive manufacturer to effectively develop complex skills in people, with lots of scenarios to train with. Notably, assembly specialists were able to practice under any dangerous situation, teaching them how to behave properly under stress and life threat (for ergonomic and safe movements). Thus, our training modules helped reduce occupational injuries by up to 70%.
- Has proven its ability in training people with complex skills
- Scenario-based training to learn various aspects
- Learn-by-doing in a safe environment
- Reduced occupational injuries
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