What does a future of immersive technology look like?

The future of immersive technology features a remote network of services around the world that pull groundbreaking immersive training programs, lesson management, and collaborative learning potential into one location, accessible on any platform.

Smart factories describe the site of convergence between digital and physical industries – information technology and operations technology – that will result in the transformation of the traditional supply chain into “an interconnected, open system of supply operations — known as the digital supply network,” according to Deloitte Insights.

If you want to read more about how intelligent manufacturing may not be as far away as we imagined, read the article that our Laura Bohnert and Johann Cohut wrote for the Training Industry magazine: The Backbone of the Smart Factory: A Network of Immersive Training.

(The future of immersive technology) also features a new world of possibilities for industries choosing to embrace the potential of immersive technologies. From converting cost savings into revenue generation to the integration of a digital e-governance infrastructure, immersive training is the beginning – and the backbone – of the smart factory.

The May/June 2020 issue of Training Industry Magazine is now online here.

For additional readings, check out our past articles Advancing the Industrial Workplace With Mixed Reality and The Application of Virtual Reality in the Corporate World.

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