There are a variety of applications for Interactive Reality training in the sales industry, ranging from soft-skill sales training and customer service simulation, to visualising and understanding products and stock inside IR environments. IR also offers insightful analytics about employee behavior.
Interactive Reality training increases employee’s attention, knowledge retention, and provides an enduring, realistic demonstration of consequences in order to reduce injury frequency rates and avoid compliance violations. Employees can master the system and create an efficient and safe routine for operating equipment.
Interactive Reality can be a powerful tool for the prediction and visualisation of crop and weather patterns, allowing for the collection and testing of data. It can also simulate the operation of complex and dangerous equipment, reducing injury frequency rates and medically treated incidents.
In many cases, acquiring real world experience on-the-job simply isn’t feasible for healthcare professionals, as every decision could mean the difference between life and death.With IR, medical professionals are able to explore every procedure and learn how to care for patients without any risk involved.
With IR simulations, travel agents can now take a tour of accommodations to determine if they are recommendation-worthy without even leaving their homes. Hotel managers can utilize IR training to develop soft-skills amongst employees, and to train employees about operations, routines and practices.
Government / Public & National Security
Law enforcement employees are the first responders who have to assess dangerous situations and safeguard lives, and need to be prepared for anything.
IR simulations help law enforcement employees gain visceral, real-world experience in a safe setting, and reduces injury frequency rates.