Aquinas Tapped By The Digit Group As Virtual Reality Training Provider For $1.5bn China Project

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Aquinas will provide VR Learning strategy, technology and consulting to The Digit Group, lead contractors on the Qingdao Virtual Reality Industrial Park, a $1.5Bn project signed in Beijing in early November.

Aquinas are proud to extend our lead as the VR learning experts into China, a country and culture where learning are seen as the gateway to success.

Aquinas, a leading Virtual Reality learning company, has signed an MOU with the Digit Group, principal contractors to the Virtual Reality Industrial Park, to be constructed in Qingdao, China. Aquinas was selected because of their recognized leadership in Virtual Reality as a tool for learning, and the deep experience key executives have in China.

The underlying contract represents a huge win for American ingenuity and a true partnership between American startups and Chinese state enterprises. Signed during the US Presidential Trade Mission to China, November 8-9, 2017 in Beijing, the Virtual Reality Industrial Park will be built in partnership with HeDa, representing Qingdao.

Aquinas are pioneers in Mobile and Web-based virtual reality for training and education, frequently speaking at conferences and universities about the power of virtual reality to shorten training time, develop superior capabilities and more deeply engage a millennial workforce. As co-organizers of the recent NYVR Expo, as well as numerous hackathons, meetups and other tech events in NY, SF and China, Aquinas bring a network and thought leadership that will be essential to the success of the educational and training initiatives in the Virtual Reality Industrial Park.

Aquinas have recently announced their ground-breaking VR Microsimulations™ platform that enables employees to experience VR simulations anywhere, in a highly personalized manner. Built on the latest WebVR technology, Microsimulations are the fastest way for Learning and Development departments to deploy and learn about Virtual Reality learning in the workplace.

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Hugh Seaton
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