Drawbacks of classroom style training and the introduction of Operator Training Simulators for industries such as oil and gas or aviation.
The VR renaissance, commercial viability and key players. A realistic assessment of associated costs and other barriers which have hindered adaptation.
A multi-million dollar invenstment by the military for visual and interactive content used to engage it's trainees.
The bridge between content and underlying hardware which has revolutionized the ability of game designers and instructional content developers to build interactive 3D worlds.
The need for mobility and uses in industries such as automotive, civil aviation, industrial, long-haul truck driving, medical, military, and retail training. As well as conversation with an expert in learning experience and training program creation at FlightSafety International.
By 2025 the LMS market is expected to reach over $22 billion. We look at historic limitations and integrations that can be done to optimize their use.
This is the fastest and simplest route to achieve key compnents such as enabling necessary configurations, ensuring data security, LMS integration, and distribution through the cloud.
Hybrid deployments mean that your employees can have anytime / anywhere access to training material or on-premise solutions for those who work in remote locations without internet access.
Legitimizing any new use case means providing ROI. With training this is tricky because of the number of variables. We touch on the standard training ROI formula as well as categorize areas of impact by industry.
acrossOmnichannel strategies mean providing seamless integration across multiple touchpoints. Today companies depend on this approach not only for their customer experience, but internally as well.