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Virtual Reality Safety Education System

Reference number
Coordinator INNAN AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 600 000
Project duration March 2017 - December 2017
Status Completed
Venture The strategic innovation programme for Swedish mining and metal producing industry - SIP Swedish Mining Innovation

Important results from the project

The purpose of the project was to develop and test a cloud-based service to measure and validate acquired knowledge in real time. This will provide fewer workplace accidents through higher risk awareness and better retention. The service must be able to measure and validate all types of knowledge acquisition in real time by providing knowledge questions about the subject that will be subject to knowledge control. Backend and front end of the platform are designed and tested with alpha testing with good results. The Risk Awareness service will be launched against the Euro Mine Expo 2018.

Expected long term effects

Market research has been conducted on the need to monitor, measure and validate knowledge of companies where the need for high risk awareness is paramount. Tests with representatives from target groups have been conducted with very positive results. The service will be commercialized in 2018 and the positive work environment effects are expected to be validated in 2019.

Approach and implementation

The project was primarily to investigate the need for and develop a "Minimal Viable Product" to control the level of knowledge about fire and evacuation safety and test it against a target group. (Alpha Group) This was done by hiring a computer consultant for the construction of the database. The tests were very positive and the Alpha Group´s response was valuable prior to the 2018 market entry.

The project description has been provided by the project members themselves and the text has not been looked at by our editors.

Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2017-02266

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