Safer and more effectiveautomotive maintenance training
Virtual Reality training is revolutionising how skills are taught and learned, complementing or replacing existing training tools. VR training immerses participants in realistic virtual environments using a wireless VR headset, providing the freedom to interact and learn-by-doing.
The learn-by-doing made possible with VR training improves engagement, knowledge retention and provides the confidence to apply new skills. VR training is also improving safety by enabling participants to experience dangerous scenarios and practice operational procedures and processes without risk.
“When you’re working with Gleechi, you feel like you’re on the same team; improving professional training processes.” Jim Tolman, Digital Officer and Smart Factory Operations, Scania
Boosting productivity with faster skill development
The move to electric vehicles and new ways of performing maintenance represent a challenge for automotive industry. The global component shortage is further placing pressure to repair and maintain existing vehicles for longer. Virtual Reality training can be used to rapidly upskill existing and new workforces to work on a new generation of EVs, while retaining vital skills to perform essential maintenance tasks. The Gleechi automotive training programme provides a range of assembly and maintenance skills, including safe battery handling and maintenance..
Comes with everything included
Extensive technical and on-boarding support
Assessment Centre with for reporting and insights
VirtualGrasp technology for more natural interaction
VR headset procurement and management
Unlimited hands-on experience in safe virtual environments
Automotive and EV maintenance typically depends on use of specialised equipment and tools.
Gaining hands-on experience in the real world can present significant challenges with limited access opportunities, risk of damage, safety concerns and disruption.
Virtual Reality training makes it possible to gain hands-on experience in safe virtual environments, being able to use complex virtualised equipment and tools that closely reflect the real-world.
Eliminate travel and disruptionunlimited access to virtual facilities
Traditional training typically involves a logistics challenge in bringing people together at a training facility that provides a limited opportunity window to gain hands-on experience. Through being able to accurately capture and reflect real-life environments, tools and equipment, VR training eliminates the need for centralised training facilities and enables participants to develop hands-on skills anywhere. Participants have the freedom to learn on their own terms - making mistakes in infinitely repeatable virtual scenarios.
Automatic insightsturns training transparent
VR training offers unique insights into understanding how effectively participants are able to apply newly acquired skills.
While traditional training and e-learning can evaluate theoretical performance, VR training can provide new dimensions in understanding a participants ability to apply training in the real-world - such as encountering dangerous scenarios and ability to adapt to unexpected changes.