Fewer risks, safer workers with VR

Max Allström, Production Manager at Skanska, shared why they use VR to drive effective training:

“If we experience things in 3D it leaves a stronger impression when it comes to learning important lessons about safety. It’s the best method we have as of right now to expose someone to a risk situation without putting them in danger.”

Check out the full case study to learn more.

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