Case Study

Shell: Improving safety and reducing risk

Immerse CEO, Tom Symonds and James Johnson, Global Deepwater Organisation Development & Learning Manager with Shell, discuss their experience to showcase the specific benefits of using a VR training program, the necessary requirements for a successful project and the eventual roll out.

This interview was filmed at the Industrial VR/AR Forum event, held in Houston (Feb 2020).

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Oil & Gas

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The Hague, Netherlands
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