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Using Virtual Reality to train Paramedical Intervention Team, has multiple benefits and advantages. Resulting in better prepared personnel that knows how to act safely, correctly and efficiently to save more lives on the field.
We provide complete support for your training needs, including application setup and train-the-trainer sessions to equip you with the necessary knowledge to train your team.
Virtual reality has revolutionized the way hospitals approach training. Our VR training immerses employees in realistic simulations allowing them to practice and perfect their response skills in a safe and controlled environment.
1. Save time and money
Traditional training can be time-consuming and logistically challenging. Using Virtual Reality, training can be completed in a fraction of the time, with minimal disruption to your employees' work schedule.
2. Better retention
Not only is VR training more effective for retention, but it also makes training feel like less of a chore and more enjoyable, which can help boost employee engagement and motivation. VR training provides a unique and enjoyable learning experience that can help employees remember information for longer periods of time.
3. Easy to use
Our application is designed to be easy to use, with minimal set-up required. All you need is our "VR in a box" and you will have everything you need!
Overall, virtual reality is engaging because it provides a level of immersion, interactivity, sense of presence, and novelty that traditional forms of media cannot.
1. Hospitals & Clinics
Healthcare professionals can practice complex situations and refine their decision-making abilities in a risk-free environment.
By adopting VR training, hospitals and clinics can set a new standard of excellence in emergency response and patient care.
2. Schools and Universities
A perfect tool for students to learn and practice the necessary skills in a safe and controlled environment, and it's also a great way to supplement traditional classroom training. With our VR training program, students can experience realistic scenarios and learn how to respond in a variety of different environments.
Users learn with the PIT training to do the ABCDE assessment and can check the vital signs of the victims. All this in a safe and controlled environment.
ABCDE Assessment and Prioritization of Patient Aid
The Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Disability, Exposure (ABCDE) approach is a systematic approach to the immediate assessment and treatment of critically ill or injured patients. The approach is applicable in all clinical emergencies.
Airway obstruction is an emergency. Untreated, airway obstruction causes hypoxia and risks damage to the brain, kidneys and heart, cardiac arrest, and death.
Breathing, it is vital to diagnose and treat immediately life-threatening conditions
Circulation: In almost all medical and surgical emergencies, consider hypovolaemia to be the primary cause of shock, until proven otherwise.
Disability: Common causes of unconsciousness include profound hypoxia, hypercapnia, cerebral hypoperfusion, or the recent administration of sedatives or analgesic drugs.
Exposure: To examine the patient properly full exposure of the body may be necessary. Respect the patient’s dignity and minimize heat loss.
Enhanced personnel training ensures that first responders are well-equipped to manage incidents involving multiple casualties on highways. In addition to improving crash response efficiency, this advanced preparation also leads to faster medical assistance, reduced traffic congestion, and increased overall safety for both victims and responders.
1. Improved safety
Through VR training of personnel, we can greatly enhance safety during highway accidents with multiple victims. This increased preparedness enables first responders to handle situations with greater efficiency. Additionally, it minimizes traffic disruptions and fosters a secure atmosphere for everyone involved, underlining the critical role that safety plays in emergency response.
2. Increased awareness
By increasing awareness among first responders, we can substantially boost safety during highway accidents involving multiple casualties. This heightened vigilance empowers personnel to handle situations more effectively and facilitates prompt medical care. Furthermore, it helps mitigate traffic disruptions and promotes a secure environment for all parties involved, underscoring the vital importance of awareness in shaping a successful emergency response strategy.
3. Reduced risk
We can significantly reduce risk during highway accidents involving multiple casualties. VR enables personnel to practice handling complex situations in a safe and controlled environment, ultimately enhancing their effectiveness in real-life emergencies. As a result, they can provide prompt medical care, better manage traffic disruptions, and create a secure atmosphere for all involved, illustrating the considerable potential of VR in minimizing risks and improving safety outcomes.
4. Better decision-making
Integrating VR into first responder training improves decision-making abilities during highway accidents involving multiple casualties. Experience realistic, complex scenarios, and sharpen critical thinking and judgment skills in a controlled environment. Consequently, VR trainees can make informed decisions in real-life emergencies, leading to faster medical care, better management of traffic disruptions, and a safer environment for everyone involved.
> Portable, lightweight box
> Military-grade [shock, water, and sand-resistant Pelicase]
> Equipped with handles, easy to transport and deployable in 10 minutes.
> Integrated power and charging for included devices.
> Follow each training session with the included tablet.
> Integrated Wifi, no need for external connectivity.
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Customize the training by choosing the type environment most relevant to your sector.
Designed as a failsafe system to help out people that are struggling with Virtual Reality.
Overview of training progress and milestones. Ensuring that everyone is trained and knows how to act in case of danger.
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Our team of partners from around the world is ready to show you how you can introduce “learning in virtual reality” into your organization.
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Virtual Reality (VR) training is using immersive technology such as VR headsets to practice certain skills or procedures. With VR training the emphasis is on the practical experience that the users experience. They can redo dangerous or difficult procedures as much as they like without any risk.
Studies have shown the benefits of using VR for cognitive stimulation. Due to a higher immersion in the training, the retention of the educational content is increased. Safer training: eliminating the risk of employees getting hurt or damaging equipment. It is also more cost-effective, allowing you to train multiple people for the same training at once.
Virtual Reality (VR) is a useful tool for blended learning because it allows learners to experience immersive and interactive simulations, which supplement traditional classroom or online learning. VR can enhance engagement and retention of information, provide a more memorable learning experience, and offer access to resources and experiences that may not be available through traditional learning methods.
We consider every VR headset that does not require a PC as Mobile VR. The best examples of Mobile VR are; Oculus Quest 1 or 2, Pico Neo 3 or 4, etc… PC VR requires an external PC to run the VR software in the VR headset. With this extra computing power it allows to have more realistic graphics or physics simulations (such as smoke development).
XR is a term that refers to extended reality, which is an umbrella term for immersive technologies that enhance, blend, or replace reality with computer-generated content. XR includes virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) technologies.
Standalone VR refers to virtual reality headsets that don't require a connection to a computer or a gaming console to function. These headsets have all the necessary hardware, including the processor, the display, the sensors, and the battery, built into the device itself.
We recommend short sessions varying from 10 to 20 minutes tops. But complete courses can go up to multiple hours, divided into shorter training sessions.
Virtual Reality (VR) can cause motion sickness or simulator sickness in some people. The symptoms of motion sickness in VR can include nausea, dizziness, sweating, and fatigue. This is because the VR experience can be so immersive that it can confuse the brain's perception of balance and movement, causing a mismatch between what the eyes see and what the body feels.
VR can be a useful tool for recruitment as it provides a more immersive and engaging experience for potential candidates. VR can simulate real-world scenarios and environments, allowing candidates to experience what it would be like to work in a particular role or industry before applying or accepting a job offer. VR can also be used to test candidates' skills and abilities in a simulated environment, providing a more objective and standardized assessment. For example, a company could create a VR simulation of a factory floor or a customer service scenario, and assess candidates' performance in that environment.