Usually, the training process for employees requires a lot of time, money, talent, and resources. When it comes to training with Extended Reality, we talk about accessible solutions that let inexperienced individuals have immersive training tools for various industry verticals and environments.
Coca-Cola Bepensa has successfully used a platform to train maintenance and operation employees in critical workflow routines ensuring they understand the hazards associated with tasks they perform in their daily activities.
The platform’s interoperability and ability to operate on a range of VR headsets, like the Meta Quest and Pico 4, streamlines the user experience and onboarding processes – creating an “easy and intuitive” immersive learning opportunity for Coca-Cola Bepensa employees.
The training program gives employees tools to learn, upskill, and improve within an engaging and cost-effective VR environment. The platform used enables trainees to go through a self-lead scenario.
Jorge Suarez, the Corporate Safety Leader at Coca-Cola Bepensa, added: “Mastering complex machinery and equipment operations in a 100% cost-effective, safe, and interactive VR digital environment and at scale is a game changer for Coca-Cola”.
The Coca-Cola Bespensa training program delivered notable training outcomes:
- A 15 percent increase in trainee retention compared to traditional classroom learning environments.
- Complete reduction in a trainee’s exposure to workplace risks and hazards; compared to machinery understanding procedures.
- The program increases training efficiency by more than 75 for Coca-Cola trainees.
- Trainee engagement increases by 80 percent.
The Coca-Cola training program allows managers to monitor the results of trainees in real-time. Also will enable workforces to engage with live scoring and assessments.
Furthermore, compared to traditional training methods, an immersive learning program dramatically reduces a firm’s carbon emissions by allowing experts to guide trainees remotely or via on-damned sessions. Immersive learning platforms also enable trainees to repeat scenarios that may require operating heavy machinery or vehicles – again, reducing cost, risk, and emission.
Frontline workers in various fields face risks when participating in training situations. Whether an individual is using dangerous equipment or is in a hazardous, busy environment, VR training supplies the infrastructure to simulate these risks safely.
Thanks to advancements in integrated VR technology like real-time 3D (RT3D) graphics, haptic feedback, and spatial audio, enterprises can leverage sophisticated immersive software which accurately simulates hazardous operations as a repeatable training scenario.
As mentioned, the Coca-Cola training program delivered notable training outcomes in a 100% cost-effective, safe, and interactive VR digital environment. This VR training use case is not the only one, there are so many companies that have chosen XR technologies to change their training process and reduce time, costs, and resources.
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