Immerse Upgrades VR Training Platform Features

The critically-acclaimed platform has issued a trove of updates for creating tailored training content

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Published: August 30, 2022

Demond Cureton

Immerse, an enterprise-level virtual reality (VR) firm, announced on Tuesday massive changes to its Immerse Platform aimed at boosting access and ease-of-use functionality for users.

One of the first firms in the industry to address the meteoric rise in demand for immersive solutions, Immerse created its platform for human resource departments, trainers, and enterprises.

Updates to the Immerse Platform include:

Seamless User Experiences (UX) for expanded access to intuitive interfaces, allowing users to select apps to manage, set up user access, track progress, and other features with one administrative tool.

Scalable distribution and flexible access flows to deploy a single app across thousands of users to accommodate each person’s distribution needs, anonymise distribution, allowing people to share the app without requiring credentials, along with single sign-on (SSO) features.

Reporting and data insights to track users with bespoke analytics monitoring based on predefined parameters using xAPI protocol-based structures to standardise data and VR experience monitoring.

Tom Symonds, Chief Executive at Immerse, said in a statement,

“We’ve been a part of the meteoric rise of VR and this upgrade positions our platform for the future while providing a new, accessible path for smaller businesses to enjoy the benefits VR can bring to their company and employees”

The announcement comes just months after the London-based firm launched its cloud service to manage augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) applications, allowing developers to create bespoke training and collaborative tools to upskill workforces via its streamlined workflow toolkit.

According to statistics from the company, incorporating immersive training experiences led to a 76 percent drop in accident risks, a 50 percent decrease in training times, and a massive 77 percent return on investment (ROI) for enterprises.

Some of the world’s largest companies, including Royal Dutch Shell, General Electric (GE), GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Nestle, DHL, Accenture, and Air France, among others, have tapped the platform’s immense potential for their workforces.

Numerous firms continue to innovate the XR training sector, including Taqtile, Moth+Flame, Accenture, Darley WS, ENGAGE XR, OSSO VR, and many others, as enterprises rush to upskill and educate new workforces amid the ongoing global skills shortage, rising costs, and sustainable development goals.



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