There are many different use cases for virtual reality technology. This is especially true when looking at training scenarios for employees. Truck operators, for example, can benefit quite a bit from VR training scenarios as part of their corporate learning process.
Truck Drivers see Merit in VR Training
Various companies around the world are looking for ways to improve the training scenarios for future and current employees. Doing so on the open road is not necessarily the brightest idea. This is why the likes of UPS and others are looking at virtual reality training solutions. Helping employees to spot potential hazards on the road is always a positive development.
If this venture goes according to plan, UPS will train up to 4,000 drivers in VR throughout the year 2018. Considering how this venture will not just help in terms of training but also hopefully attract new drivers, interesting changes may be on the horizon. Truck driver is not necessarily the most attractive job opening as of right now.
Linde is another company embracing VR to train employees. The company usually deals with hazardous materials on a daily basis. With VR, the company aims to improve the “muscle memory” of its drivers in a safe and controlled environment. It is a more than valid approach, especially when it comes to new employees who have never done anything like this in the real world.
While VR technology is not just limited to truck driving ventures,it seems one of the “hotter” options to pursue as of right now. HR Departments are also showing an increasing interest in this technology to train employees. Restaurants can offer a wide variety of training courses to their staff. There are a lot of opportunities waiting to be explored in this regard, that much is evident.
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