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VR Substation Training in order to enhance human safety during training

Manufacturing & Training


Employee training is a crucial issue that must be addressed after personnel recruiting. Without the right information, on-field training of operators at the substation can be exceedingly dangerous. This can sometimes result in on-the-job mishaps. There are some situations in manufacturing companies where training involves a machine or piece of equipment that can be dangerous when used incorrectly. They need to incorporate virtual platforms that can help improve the safety of training including scenarios, digital simulations, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Finding new talents and keeping the quality of training consistent across multiple sites can be challenging in many manufacturing companies, as well as expensive. Therefore, it is important to take steps to reduce staff turnover and to ensure you get maximum return on your investment.


We’ll develop a VR-based training and evaluation module for operators that simulates a fully immersive substation environment, allowing operators to effortlessly complete tasks and receive feedback with audio instructions in both English and Hindi. Operators who work in a completely safe atmosphere are more likely to explore and learn more quickly and effectively. By AR application in India, industries can conduct all or part of this training in a completely safe, virtual environment. We provide a solution to bridging skills gaps and is effective on a range of levels, including low cost of delivery. We at Puaerte Visual make it possible to create virtual training libraries with courses that workers in manufacturing organisations can progress through as their skills improve and even personalise the training to make it more relevant while keeping the core content consistent and also ensuring that workers have the skills they need to confidently and effectively do their job. The solution is to transform at least part of manufacturing training activities, moving them online through e-learning, virtual space and adopting new training technologies.


The approach has reduced on-site accidents, lowered the cost of training staff, and improved operator training by facilitating easy, rapid, and immersive information transfer. This majorly upsurges the manufacturing production and also ensures a higher level of job satisfaction among the employees as a result, making them efficient in a much safer environment.