Sean Hurwitz, CEO, PIXO VRSean Hurwitz, CEO
Enterprises need training programs to achieve definitive learning outcomes, but rely on ineffective, monotonous and lackluster methods to reach that goal.

For instance, in manufacturing environments workers are susceptible to injury during training. To avoid these hazards, trainers must ensure that industrial training programs occur in a safe environment, while at the same time striving to make the learning engaging so trainees retain the information and can apply the learned skills effectively.

With PIXO VR, there is a better way to train.

Virtual Reality (VR) training creates a gamified experience to train employees in a safe, interactive, immersive environment that eliminates making costly errors or incurring injury in a real life training environment. By training in VR, companies have experienced 43% reduction in workplace injury, 75% increase in learning retention and trainees that are 4X more engaged.

PIXO VR offers a complete, end-to-end VR training solution for enterprises, with a robust library of off-the-shelf training content, ability to custom create training, and the only VR platform with one-step content and user management that easily scales training throughout an enterprise.

The company’s in-depth knowledge of game development and training requirements has helped position themselves uniquely in the VR training market. PIXO VR’s platform integrates with a company’s current learning management system, transforming the entire training experience into a well-defined, comprehensive, and standardized function.

”As traditional training is long, expensive and sometimes unsafe, we offer an immersive environment that replicates real-life scenarios and significantly reduces risks and costs while increasing engagement and retention,” says Sean Hurwitz, CEO, PIXO VR.
Ford – one of PIXO’s clients – proves the merit of this concept. The company faced safety hazards while conducting Mach-E electrical safety training, which could result in electric shocks, fire, and explosion. PIXO worked with bosch to bring PIXO’s experience to the table and created training that replicated real-life scenarios through VR, significantly lowering the security risks. The training was completed quickly, long before the vehicles were manufactured and deployed to different dealers, saving time and cost.

PIXO’s state-of-the-art VR training services were also used to develop curriculum for instructing technicians on the arduous task of preparing the Ford F150 engine for global shipping. The curriculum employed VR and eliminated the need to use actual engines in the training.

As traditional training is long, expensive and sometimes unsafe, we offer an immersive environment that replicates real-life scenarios and significantly reduces risks and costs while increasing engagement and retention

PIXO has cemented its position as the leading VR training service provider worldwide. It is the only VR training services provider that offers an enterprise-compliant, headset-agnostic platform that is open to all developers.

With easy-to-use, cutting-edge technology PIXO helps companies train more efficiently and effectively than traditional shadowing, classroom or e-learning methods. By instead immersing the trainee in realistic, interactive environments companies using VR training benefit from:

• Consistency of training
• Elimination of training safety hazards
• Ability to make a mistake in training without real-world consequences
• Ability to identify job competency sooner
• Ease of offering refresher courses
• Quality improvements: Fewer errors, scraps, defective products
• Employee satisfaction with job training

Companies seeking to transform their training programs with exciting, entertaining and effective methods can turn to the expertise of PIXO VR.