5.5-Virtual / Augmented Reality
Virtual Reality, as well as Augmented Reality, is the future of the manufacturing industry. According to research, more than 1 in 3 U.S. manufacturers are expected to adopt Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality solutions. Many companies see virtual technology as being important for staying competitive in the manufacturing marketplace.
Leancoin ($LEAN) will accelerate the process of VR/AR adoption by delivering VR/AR services to the manufacturing industry. An overview video showing the VR theme can be viewed below.
Virtual Reality as a part of $LEAN Ecosystem
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality can be used in manufacturing companies to improve the onboarding process for new employees. VR can provide new employees with an immersive training experience, allowing them to practice performing tasks in a virtual environment before performing them in the actual workplace. AR can provide new employees with real-time information and guidance while they are performing tasks, allowing them to learn and perform their duties more efficiently. Additionally, AR can be used to provide visual instructions and information on the proper use of equipment and machinery, reducing the risk of accidents and errors. Overall, using VR and AR in the onboarding process can help new employees to become more proficient in their duties more quickly and safely, resulting in increased productivity and reduced training costs.
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality can also be used to create interactive, engaging, and effective job-specific training for manufacturing employees. VR can be used to create virtual simulations of various manufacturing processes, allowing employees to practice and learn the skills required for their specific job roles in a safe and controlled environment. This can help to reduce the time and costs associated with traditional on-the-job training, as well as minimize the risk of accidents and errors. AR can be used to provide employees with real-time, context-sensitive information and instructions, directly overlaid in the real-world environment. This can be used to provide visual instructions for complex tasks or to highlight important information such as safety procedures. AR can also be used to provide remote assistance, allowing employees to receive support and guidance from more experienced colleagues or trainers.
Using VR and AR for onboarding and job-specific training in manufacturing can help employees to become more proficient in their duties more quickly and safely, resulting in increased productivity, better quality, and reduced training costs. Lean Global Consulting is currently agreeing with one of the leading companies in the automotive industry regarding the implementation of VR/AR in their production processes. Part of the revenue generated from the sale of these services will be allocated to the buyback process and any purchased Leancoin will be burned.