Unlocking the true potential of virtual reality demands a leap from experimental novelty to large-scale deployment. Our Training Industry article provides a roadmap for creating a robust business case for such a commitment. While cost reductions from VR are easy to count, the boosted employee performance is what really counts. Companies that embrace pixelated practice spaces are rewarded with fewer accidents, increased sales and elevated productivity.
Speaking of rewards, our Gronstedt Group team just garnered a couple of industry accolades:
From almost 2,000 professional votes, we emerged as winners in the Gamification category of the 2023 Training Magazine Network Choice Awards.
We were featured in the 2023 Training Industry Top 20 Experiential Learning Technologies ranking.
We’ll be sharing our award-winning 3D rehearsal spaces at several conferences. Let’s meet up at the TechLearn Conference in New Orleans this week (the beignets are on me), where I'll be speaking on the topic of "Reinventing Learning with VR." Later this year, during I/ITSEC Orlando, visitors of the world's largest simulation training event will be submerged into our submarine VR experience, and in February we’re slated to present at the Training 2024 Conference in Orlando and ATD TK24 in LA. Plus, register for our "definitely-worth-the-wait" rescheduled Training Magazine Network webinar with the Chief Learning Officers from Starbucks, Ericsson, and Novartis on the transformative power of Generative AI and Spatial Computing.
Meanwhile, let’s set a time to discuss how we can bring your immersive learning ideas to (virtual) reality and scale them to create business value.