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Virtual & Augmented Training

3D Laser Scanning | Oil & Gas Industry | Onshore - OffShore

 

Over 12 years experience in the digitization and surveying of complex process plants and factories,

providing the latest 3D laser scanning services to the European and blue chip clients world wide.

 

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Virtual & Augmented Training

3D Laser Scanning | PDS | PDMS | E3D | P&IDs | LFM | Virtual reality | and more...

 

 

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Training in the virtual reality space can accelerate the learning speed by 15%.
Training in the virtual reality space reduces by 20% the reaction time in situations when faced with a quick decision.

VR can be used to put training participants through situations that simply wouldn’t be feasible due to safety or inherent cost in the real world.

The game engine features realistic physics. This allows the possibility to practice real-life skills and to experiment the consequences of different actions.

Virtual and Augmented Training for the Oil and Gas Sector

 

The technical staff working in the oil industry needs regular professional training.

In this situation, VR technology can help.

From health and safety to technical or corporate training, the virtual reality space offers cost-effective training as well as higher quality than traditional methods.

How do people learn?

 

Visual learning  – a learner needs to see information in order to process it;

Auditory learning – depends on listening and speaking as a main way of learning;

Reading/Writing – is a learning style where individuals are able to absorb and retain the most information through reading and writing text, versus imagery and symbolism;

Kinaesthetic learning, or tactile learning –  is a learning style in which learning takes place by the students carrying out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or watching demonstrations.

Virtual Reality and Augmented Training

VR can be used to put training participants through situations that simply wouldn’t be feasible due to safety or inherent cost in the real world.

The game engine features realistic physics. This allows the possibility to practice real-life skills and to experiment the consequences of different actions.

Why is VR so good training?

VR is an exceptionally good environment for learning for many reasons.

First, the brain treats virtual reality space as if it were a real-life experience.

When you wear a VR headset, your brain is tricked into believing that the environment created in virtual space is real.

The VR environment can be extremely powerful in conveying different feelings, such as danger, urgency or fear.

Benefits of Virtual Reality Training

SAFE, REALISTIC AND CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT TO LEARN;

VR provides a safe and realistic way to train, without the risk of injury or costly damage to expensive equipment.
Through immersive VR, trainees get to safely experience situations that may normally be unsafe. And perhaps most importantly, they can practice in these virtual situations as often as needed to feel prepared and confident.

 

PERFORM TRAINING REMOTELY: SAVE TIME, MONAY AND THE ENVIRONMENT;

Instructor-led training often requires employees to meet at a specific training location. This costs the employees time in travel and away from the office. It’s also harming the environment, particularly when some specialised training requires people to fly to the site of training. With immersive learning, employees can carry out the training within their office, without needing to travel anywhere else.

 

IMPROIVES RETENTION AND RECALL;

Higher engagement rates typically lead to higher retention rates and recall. If learners pay attention to what they’re learning, they’ll remember it more effectively.

 

REPEATABLE AND CONTROLLED EXPOSURE TO STRESSFUL SITUATIONS;

Another benefit is that our emotional and physiological response to stimuli in VR is close to what we would expect in real life situations. Any stressful situation can be turned into a safe VR experience.

 

HIGHLY ENGAGING TRAINING AT SCALE;

VR provides a way to train large numbers of employees in an effective way.

 

ISOLATION FROM DISTRACTIONS;

Keeping people motivated during both online and in-person training sessions can be a challenge. The constant temptation of checking your mobile phone and other distractions cause learners to lose focus. With research suggesting our attention spans are shrinking, a method of training in a distraction free environment is exciting.

When employees put on a VR headset, the experience captures the learners full attention through both visual and audio stimuli – users are fully immersed in the virtual environment where they can learn distraction free.

The isolation from distraction helps to increase learner engagement, leading to higher retention rates and overall less time spent training.

 

IMPROVE SKILLS FASTER THROUGH EXPERIMENTIAL LEARNING;

Learning by doing has long been established as one of the most effective ways to improve a skill. When you perform the task over and over again in a realistic setting, you improve that skill much faster than if you just read or watched a video about it.

 

SKILLS ASSESSMENT AND DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS.

In contrast with traditional methods, assessment in VR captures far more comprehensive data that can be analysed. Subjective ratings of confidence, satisfaction and engagement can be obtained.

 

Why is VR so good training?

VR is an exceptionally good environment for learning for many reasons.

First, the brain treats virtual reality space as if it were a real-life experience.

When you wear a VR headset, your brain is tricked into believing that the environment created in virtual space is real.

The VR environment can be extremely powerful in conveying different feelings, such as danger, urgency or fear.

Benefits of Virtual Reality Training

SAFE, REALISTIC AND CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT TO LEARN;

VR provides a safe and realistic way to train, without the risk of injury or costly damage to expensive equipment.
Through immersive VR, trainees get to safely experience situations that may normally be unsafe. And perhaps most importantly, they can practice in these virtual situations as often as needed to feel prepared and confident.

 

PERFORM TRAINING REMOTELY: SAVE TIME, MONAY AND THE ENVIRONMENT;

Instructor-led training often requires employees to meet at a specific training location. This costs the employees time in travel and away from the office. It’s also harming the environment, particularly when some specialised training requires people to fly to the site of training. With immersive learning, employees can carry out the training within their office, without needing to travel anywhere else.

 

IMPROIVES RETENTION AND RECALL;

Higher engagement rates typically lead to higher retention rates and recall. If learners pay attention to what they’re learning, they’ll remember it more effectively.

 

REPEATABLE AND CONTROLLED EXPOSURE TO STRESSFUL SITUATIONS;

Another benefit is that our emotional and physiological response to stimuli in VR is close to what we would expect in real life situations. Any stressful situation can be turned into a safe VR experience.

 

HIGHLY ENGAGING TRAINING AT SCALE;

VR provides a way to train large numbers of employees in an effective way.

 

ISOLATION FROM DISTRACTIONS;

Keeping people motivated during both online and in-person training sessions can be a challenge. The constant temptation of checking your mobile phone and other distractions cause learners to lose focus. With research suggesting our attention spans are shrinking, a method of training in a distraction free environment is exciting.

When employees put on a VR headset, the experience captures the learners full attention through both visual and audio stimuli – users are fully immersed in the virtual environment where they can learn distraction free.

The isolation from distraction helps to increase learner engagement, leading to higher retention rates and overall less time spent training.

 

IMPROVE SKILLS FASTER THROUGH EXPERIMENTIAL LEARNING;

Learning by doing has long been established as one of the most effective ways to improve a skill. When you perform the task over and over again in a realistic setting, you improve that skill much faster than if you just read or watched a video about it.

 

SKILLS ASSESSMENT AND DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS.

In contrast with traditional methods, assessment in VR captures far more comprehensive data that can be analysed. Subjective ratings of confidence, satisfaction and engagement can be obtained.

 

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SAFE, CONTROLLED AREA

Safe repeatable and controlled environments.

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SIMPLIFIES COMPLEX PROBLEMS

 The ability to simulate hazardous environments or procedures.

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REALISTIC SCENARIOUS

Full natural 3D interaction;
Photorealistic & accurate Scenes.

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INNOVATOVE AND ANJOYABLE

Highly Visual, easy to interpret and understand.

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SUITABLE FOR DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES

Real time user monitoring and analysis.

Featured Case Studies

Past experience portfolio provides a short insight into the projects and differing workscopes that IPB has been involved in over the years.

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