Virtual reality (VR) has a wide range of uses for companies, and its adoption by individual businesses is increasing at a rapid pace. Companies try to distinguish themselves from each other with something special, they want to find a competitive advantage or perhaps offer their product or service with an innovative solution. VR offers not only a competitive advantage, but thanks to it, it is possible to solve business processes more efficiently or present a product to customers in a completely new, unique way.
VR is now experiencing a huge boom, which in a few years could achieve a similar success to that experienced by mobile phones at the turn of the millennium. VR technology offers (not only) huge potential for companies!
One of the main benefits is the education of your employees. Using virtual reality, you can train your employees cheaply, efficiently and without unnecessary language barriers, which are successfully broken down by using this technology. It is possible to educate in virtual reality in the form of training and training new employees, health and safety training or, for example, practicing critical situations that may occur during the work process, but their simulations in the real world are either difficult to implement or very financially demanding. Thanks to good training or training in VR can be carried out basically anytime and anywhere.
Virtual reality can also save your company a lot of time and money. “Imagine, for example, that you are introducing something new in your company – new work procedures, a new workplace or even an entire new production hall. Thanks to VR, you can test all these innovations even before you deploy them in your company. Any changes can thus be made during the planning phase of new innovations and not after their implementation,” said Ing. Marek Bárdy, Ph.D. (CEO of Virtual Reality Training s.r.o.)