“We know that simulation training, using 3D and virtual reality significantly reinforces learning and improves learning retention. AI and 3D represent the future of simulation training,” said Warren Rhude, Founder and CPO of Simutech Multimedia.
OTTAWA, Ontario (PRWEB) April 16, 2018
Simutech Multimedia, the industry leader in simulation-based electrical troubleshooting training, announced today the launch of a new software delivery platform, the vital first step in a series of planned changes to deliver Simutech Multimedia’s business strategy and meet manufacturing 4.0 requirements. This change paves the way for the rapid addition of new titles and the incorporation of 3D, virtual reality and AI technologies into the platform.
“We are excited about this opportunity,” said Warren Rhude, Founder and CPO of Simutech Multimedia. “We know that simulation training, using 3D and virtual reality significantly reinforces learning and improves learning retention. AI and 3D represent the future of simulation training.”
The announcement comes as Simutech Multimedia sharpens its focus on growing the core modules of its award-winning Troubleshooting Skills Training System™ software and prioritizing the user experience. The shift marks a pivotal moment in Simutech Multimedia’s history, and will enable the company to offer its over 450 Fortune 1000 clients in the manufacturing, oil and gas, and utilities sectors simulation-based training to meet the demands of the constantly evolving manufacturing environment.
Customers across the board will now have easy access to the simulation training application, receive immediate updates to module content, and be able to access data, obtain reporting on trainees’ progress from anywhere in the world, and improve learning.
“Our Fortune 1000 clients have been asking us for this for a while,” says Samer Forzley, CEO of Simutech Multimedia. “Large manufacturing customers with multiple offices wanted intelligent, data-driven training and visibility across the enterprise. Manufacturing is changing and our partners are looking to Simutech to help them train the next generation of maintenance staff.”
About Simutech Multimedia
Since 1995, Simutech Multimedia has helped over 450 global manufacturing companies and over 200 schools onboard electrical maintenance staff in a safe, software-based environment. Teaching a proven, systematic troubleshooting method, its simulation software has helped these companies hire and train maintenance staff faster—leading to increased safety, lower rates of injury, and reduced downtime on the factory floor.