Virtual Reality Simulator for the Occupational Risks Prevention
FEMEVAL (Federación Empresarial Metalúrgica Valenciana), known for representing the most innovative companies in the metal industry in the province of Valencia, uses our virtual reality technology for its training courses on occupational hazards and preventive measures, making them more practical and collaborative. When entering the virtual learning platform, the operator chooses the specific prevention module: office, milling machine, press, lathe, radial, welding, scaffolding or ladder.
Easily review the operations performed by the worker through the evaluation platform
Simple and user-friendly platform
No complications, the user accesses the platform, chooses the module and starts the virtual training
275% increased self-confidence
Employees feel more confident and make fewer mistakes in real work environments
4X higher user concentration
No distractions. Makes the user pay more attention to the training
4X faster than classroom training
Accelerates the learning curve of employees by getting them trained 4X faster
3.75X more emotionally connected to the content
Generates positive emotions in users during the learning process
FEMEVAL aims to innovate in the way of preventing occupational hazards and an alternative to energize and improve their training courses in preventive techniques and PRL. The aim of the association is to increase the participation of workers during training and reduce accidents and costs, both human and economic, in the workplace.
Thanks to virtual reality, FEMEVAL has set up a simulated training platform where workers experience and practice first-hand scenarios that could involve risk in real life. The level of immersion and interaction generated in the simulation is one of the main attractions of the Femeval experience. Its contribution to safety and innovation also works to facilitate the process of assimilation and retention of the training.
The devices supporting this virtual reality platform are Oculus Quest 2, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Pico VR and Vive Focus 2. These glasses allow to obtain the maximum performance and graphic quality during virtual reality training.
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