Evaluate virtual training effectiveness

Rayworks virtual training environments provide accurate statistics on the performance of each individual, which can be used to develop training to be more effective and consistent.

Evaluate virtual training effectiveness

Collecting statistics from virtual training helps companies to develop more effective and consistent training

Data and analytics are at the forefront of every business. Companies want to evaluate how well their staff is doing in training. Rayworks virtual training environments provide accurate statistics on the performance of each individual, which can be used to develop training to be more effective and consistent. Trainees also receive real-time visual feedback on their performance during or immediately after the training.

Rayworks developed a VR training application for VR Group (VR Group is a government-owned railway company in Finland)

The aim of the training application is to help new employees become familiar with the freight car quality inspection routine and identify worn or broken parts.

Quality inspections are essential to maintain the safe running of rail transport. The cars are heavy and have moving parts that can break or become defective including condition of the air valves, brakes, piping and hoses, communication equipment and many more. Worn or broken parts can drag, pound, and generally destroy the cars and the track structure they run on.

Learning by doing is considered as the best learning method.

A variety of training scenarios can be created in a virtual environment that can be difficult, expensive, or even dangerous to organize in the real world. Many different variables can be created that make each training performance unique. The training can be repeated as many times as needed at no extra cost.

“VR training application is based on step by step guide and independent training with different scenarios. Our system generates .json file from each training session and sends statistics to the database. Statistics can be viewed on private website and make it easy to measure the training performance of each individual and draw conclusions about the development of a training plan.” says Jussi Tolvanen, Rayworks CEO.

Rayworks developed a VR training application for VR Group (VR Group is a government-owned railway company in Finland)

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