PrecisionOS, developers of the proficiency-based medical-grade virtual reality learning platform is expanding into orthopedic surgical nurse training. Following the increased demand for remote training and society's new accustoms to social distancing guidelines, PrecisionOS is committing to advance perioperative orthopedic nursing staff’s skill set by providing immersive learning through a VR experience. PrecisionOS technology will enhance knowledge and procedural step-based orthopedic skills in support of traditional mentorship-based nurse training.
Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) has been awarded a direct to Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) project with the Defense Health Agency (DHA) to design and develop haptics-based mixed reality training systems within the U.S Army’s Synthetic Training Environment (STE).
Health Scholars is partnering with CareerCert, which will expand Health Scholar’s online training to include VR to help emergency and healthcare departments receive consistent, accessible, experience-based ACLS training that can save lives in their community.
Safety critical industries such as energy and power, medical, transport, defence, construction and first response have many years’ experience in exploiting simulation and wider technologies to support their training and education.
Epic Games MegaGrants awarded ATS $100,000 to further develop ATSsim Suite with Unreal Engine technology, making the web-based training solution a more immersive experience in an augmented reality ecosystem.