Immerse has been appointed to develop a rugby-based VR training experience for EY. One of EY’s current goals is to highlight the growing importance of Virtual Reality in the digital revolution and how it can be used by businesses for both corporate and field training.
Inmarsat, an industry leader of mobile satcomms, asked us to create a scenario to help them market and sell their Cheetah™ II terminal. We created an accurate multi-user simulation which facilitates the placement and assembly, allowing Inmarsat to repeatedly demonstrate the assembly and usage of the expensive technology across the globe, without risk of damage to a physical asset.
To create standardised, repeatable and trackable lifeboat training in a 3D virtual environment for all oil platform staff. Our solution captured live results from assessments and reporting tools to ensure high risk training was completed and compliant with maritime safety regulations. Data analysis on dashboards indicated the quality of learning.
The aim of the English training programme was to make the skies safer. Air France benefited from simplified logistics and fast adoption. Since 2014, pilots have completed over 1,800 hours of training and can fit the training in with their flight schedules by accessing the course from 30 countries worldwide.
To create a cost-effective, scalable and engaging blended language course for young professionals in Saudi Arabia. Immersive virtual environments such as hotels, hospitals, airports, restaurants and conference rooms were created for groups of 10-12. A second phase pilot for corporate clients has proven very successful and is now rolling out globally.