Fresh winds are blowing in the methodology so far following the renewed development of virtual goggles and helmets, which expands the world by one dimension and we can walk around, gripping tools and parts with tactile gloves.
Think not of training in ordinary conveyor belt jobs, but of human resource-intensive, experienced repair and maintenance tasks. The service fee for a CNC machine is HUF 50,000 per hour, but even the repair of a photocopier in the corridor is an amount seen from far away.
The main reason for this is the time and cost of training mechanics. Perhaps we can mitigate this with the virtual technique that is the protagonist of our selection today. So simulation and virtual tools in the industry.
In virtual reality, you can not only shoot, but also, say, mount a gear, and as it turns out, it can pull in just like a video game. At the Bay Zoltán research institute in Miskolc, a virtual training platform was developed for power plants, with which it is possible to practice spatial and fine motor movements at the same time.
Dürr Ecoclean, one of the leading manufacturers of industrial parts cleaning equipment, also uses virtual reality in the global training of service professionals to provide first-class maintenance support for complex manipulators.
With VR, participants can virtually assemble and disassemble, explore equipment and internal components in a secure environment, and learn technical terminology and operating principles:
It is no exaggeration to say that a combat helicopter is a complex structure. LSI Virtual Maintenance Training is a cost-effective, highly effective training that reduces training time, increases performance, and improves student engagement.
VMT uses a large touch screen to emulate entire aircraft, allows parts to be removed and provides maintenance tools. It allows the student to practice on a mobile device as well. The student is able to interact with the aircraft and its components to perform maintenance tasks in a structured or free play mode:
Using Learning Management Systems, virtual instructors use 3D simulation to virtually train staff on the equipment. A less oily job than to constantly disassemble and reassemble a large drive engine with students. Later comes the real practice is to get used to the weight of the task: