Training is the most significant part of any industry. There are many ways to learn but with technology evolving and entering our lives more rapidly than ever, what better way to train than with VR? Virtual reality can bring training experiences to life. Businesses that use VR achieve higher engagement, collaboration, and productivity.
According to Perkins Coie (2020), 70% of professionals believe that organizations will focus on adopting VR/AR in training and development in 2021. A TechRepublic survey indicated that about 26% of businesses are currently using VR/AR to train employees, and further research suggests that the number will continue to rise as the technology becomes more accessible and use cases expand.
At AjnaLens, we believe there is a more realistic route to learning. And that is where the AjnaXR Station comes in.
The AjnaXR Simulator is an all-in-one training solution that offers a practical learning experience. It combines the best of physical skills with the digital learning environment. Aimed at creating better skills and better understandings, this learning solution is all you need to take your learning experience to the next level.
AjnaXR training modules create a fully immersive environment and replicate required physical skills in the virtual world. It comes with industry-specific training tools, VR glasses, and training softwares for real-time learning.
AjnaXR Station is a new, scalable solution that provides a one-stop shop for all your training needs. With more than 100 SOPs (standard operating procedures) in development, AjnaXR Station gives you a solution that’s built to scale alongside your business.
AjnaXR Station is the only industrial training solution that provides trainees with a fully-immersive digital learning experience. It allows users to practice machine operation and maintenance in real-time in a virtual space, without putting themselves or others at risk of injury. This means that you will be able to clone your machines and processes and get hands-on practice before you have to actually operate your machines.
By leveraging digital twin technology, we are able to deliver a realistic, high-fidelity simulation of the workplace environment. You’ll be able to train on processes from any of your facilities, from anywhere in the world.
The AjnaXR Station is designed specifically with phygital learning in mind. The virtual job site allows users to train immersively with actual tools in a realistic, life-like job environment. This means that what you learn in VR is applicable to real life, and that your skills will translate between the two environments with ease and minimal adjustment.
The AjnaXR Station is one of the most comprehensive and effective means of building motor skills and improving trade proficiency on the market. With this system, you’ll be able to rapidly improve your trade proficiency by building muscle memory and enhancing psychomotor skills.
This is because the Station allows users to practice their trades in virtual environments that are hyper-realistic and highly immersive, so the experience is as true-to-life as possible.
AjnaXR Station bridges that gap by taking learning out of the two-dimensional world and putting it into something special: the immersive 3D experience! With VR technology, you can take a virtual journey through your learning materials in a way that makes them not just memorable, but tangible.
With its comfortable headset, the AjnaXR Station lets you practice for hours—seriously, hours—without any discomfort or fatigue. You can train continuously for as long as you want without any VR sickness.
AjnaXR Station offers detailed analytics and performance reports, so you always know how you’re doing. From real-time motion capture to heat maps of your interactions with the environment and more, it provides actionable insights to help you focus on the areas that need improvement.
The VR environment also enables detailed analysis of trainee activity and performance. Performance parameters such as movement precision, speed, distance covered, and paint usage are tracked to enable real-time assessments of the trainee.
VR-based learning is highly immersive and provides a more realistic experience than classroom or on-the-job training. It offers a safe environment where learners can practice in a simulated setting with zero harm to themselves or others. This results in higher knowledge retention and better performance.
VR can be used to create an immersive practice environment that features realistic visuals and physics. Users can have an experience that feels close to the real thing without the risk of making costly mistakes or being exposed to hazardous materials. This has obvious benefits for employees who need to practice this technique before attempting it in real life.
Usually, the training process involves using up raw materials (actual paint) to practice on dummy objects like cars or household items. With VR Training, there’s no need for raw material consumption as the whole training happens virtually. This saves you money and is also eco-friendly.
While training on a physical setup, trainees cannot control their movements and may cause damage to equipment or injure themselves or others. The simulator provides a risk-free learning environment, as it allows learners to make mistakes without causing any damage or injury.
Spray Painting is a complex task that requires precision and attention to detail to be done correctly. Any small error can lead to spoilt objects which could incur huge costs and delays in production processes. By performing the entire training in a virtual environment, the risk of errors is significantly reduced. Also, if any errors are made, they can easily be corrected without incurring losses.
With VR, specific scenarios can be built and reused time and time again. This means that companies can invest in a high-quality solution for training spray painting techniques and roll it out across their entire organization. Because of this, there’s a clear ROI on this type of training program, which was more difficult to calculate with other types of training programs, such as those based on hands-on-practice.
The carbon footprint of VR training is significantly smaller than when employees use real paint and materials to practice spraying techniques. Not only is there less waste from practicing with VR, but also there’s less maintenance required for the equipment as you don’t need to clean and replace parts that become worn out through repeated use.