The Future of Training & Work [Infographic]

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The Future of Training & Work [Infographic]

Technology is a driving force of change. Plain and simple, it changes the way we do things. Take a minute to contemplate how technology has changed the following over the past 50 years:

  • Transportation
  • Communication
  • Health & Wellness
  • Entertainment
  • Education
  • Security
  • Record Keeping

The differences are astounding. Now, two emerging technologies - Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), have the potential to completely overhaul how training and skilled work are completed. Here are the numbers:



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To learn more about VR and AR register for the next Showcase Webinar. Information is below:

Alternatives to Reality: Virtual & Augmented Reality and the Future of Industrial Work

Wednesday, December 14 | 10 AM PST/1 PM EST | Register Here

Presenters: Zack Parnell, President, ITI

Andrew Czarnietzki, Product Designer, Serious Labs, Inc.

Learning Points:

- Training & On-boarding w/VR
- VR Equipment & Task Simulation
- AR vs. VR (Working Mode vs. Training Mode)
- AR Applications (Mini Case Studies)

The live webinar will conclude with an open Q&A session.

Register for the Webinar



 

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Cranes | Rigging | Lift Planning | Engineering | VR Simulation

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