Virtual reality training has the potential to attract new hires to the automotive repair world, the two companies said.
Booth visitors will have the opportunity to witness the system without having to leave their seat.
Virtual Reality can give consumers the opportunity to experience products and services in life-like interactions and demonstrations. With VR, marketers can offer their customers a chance to feel like they already own the product or have purchased the service.
How cool would it be to be able to experience a job in VR before taking it? Deutsche Bahn, a mobility and logistics provider based in Berlin, has begun to do just that.
Engineer Using Virtual Reality In Technical Training Featured In Latest ‘What Makes A Honda Is Who Makes A Honda’ Video
Through a “virtual” world that Melissa Vance has created, maintenance and equipment service technicians can practice their welding techniques before entering the weld booth, allowing them to hone their skills without the expense of using real materials.
Following up on his Jan. 30 editorial on Augmented and Virtual Reality, Schwartz Advisors Managing Partner Derek Kaufman outlines in this guest commentary a few very plausible scenarios for implementing AV in the automotive world here and now.