From design to production, and everything in-between, virtual prototyping is being used extensively in industries such as aerospace, real-estate, shipbuilding, and more, ensuring that errors are discovered early, saving on hard-work and associated expenses later on.
In 2018, VR hardware actually surpassed ambitious sales expectations. The research company Super Data Research reports that annual VR revenues in 2018 amounted to $3.6 billion — well above the 2018 forecast of $3.3 billion. This denotes a 30% year-over-year increase in profit and growth.
Also, as per the numbers published by Statista, the Augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) market was forecast at US$ 18.8 billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow significantly over the upcoming years.
Putting future coal miners behind the wheel (Coal Mine)
There are a number of equipment involved in the coal mining trade, such as gigantic trucks, haulers, and bulldozers. While you can learn how to operate vehicles through instructions and hands-on training, however, there have been numerous instances in the past where mishaps occurred during the learning sessions and otherwise as well. Only a while back, a coal mine accident in the west of China ended up claiming 22 lives.
It’s a Virtual Reality Training software that is helping to find a middle ground between manuals and practical experience that empowers the future miners to learn and research the key aspects of vehicular operations and analyze them in digital form.
Preparing for the battlefield with virtual reality emergency training
For the armed services, preparation is time-consuming, expensive, and potentially dangerous — but technology is a safer way forward. Military leaders are gradually turning to virtual reality solutions as a way of making training more functional and cost-effective.
With the advent of low-cost equipment, extremely detailed and customized simulations, VR can provide a wide range of engrossing scenarios for military training – ranging from task rehearsals to live-fire exercises. By being put in a more specific learning environment, personnel can not only assess more concrete responses but also have a higher level of information retention, as, with Virtual Reality development, training goes beyond theory.
A new world of interior design
Many people are confusing virtual tours with a slide show of images or videos presenting a specific building or venue. However, a Virtual Reality Hotel application developed by Program-Ace gives the word a new definition. Here you get to design, foresee, and change your wall designs, interiors, and so much more at the click of a button.
A similar experience is possible through virtual tours of residential projects as well. Your client can witness the complete design of the house to the level of entire furnishings and set-up. They can be instrumental in enhancing the consumer experience, ultimately leading to more sales.
How Automobile Using the VR
VR has been at the helm of things in the automobile industry for quite some time now and has been the torchbearer of some incredible innovations. Already used by large companies such as Seat, Volkswagen, Ford or Renault, Virtual Reality solutions have enabled manufacturers to reduce the worldwide cost and timeline for the production of new vehicles besides helping them with simulations, employee training, marketing, and sales.
VR not only provides the feasibility to imagine a virtual car prototype at scale 1 but also to set up interactive cross-site design inspections. These two features bring a dramatic reduction in the duration and cost of the production phase.
The various existing implementations that we performed with our prestigious clients include:
1. Working in collaboration with the Hero MotoCorp team in six scenarios, depicting various hazards faced when safety is not followed. This project is currently being implemented across the production and maintenance teams with a focus on the following safety at the workplace. These include:
-> Lockout/Tagout (Loose Wire, Change Cutter, Pneumatic LOTO)
-> Unguarded Machinery (Feed Wire, Change Component, Dye Cleaning)
2. CHRP-INDIA provided end-to-end procurement and setup of AR/VR/MR technologies as part of the state-owned Kerala Govt. Startup Mission (KSUM).
3. We have created VR Zone as part of the VR Software and Infrastructure deployment to train 5000+ users.
4. We have worked with 50+ global clients, which involved the development of 3000+ hours eLearning, 6000+ hours ILT Courses / Education, and 1400+ Video-based learning
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