If your organization wants to effectively manage its XR program, there has never been a better time to start using an extended reality system.
With the transition to remote training, virtual reality (VR) training has become an increasingly popular and more viable option. Adopting VR training is an exciting first step, but it’s important to not overlook the importance of managing a VR strategy.
Today, Talespin, a spatial computing company focused on workforce knowledge transfer and skill alignment, announced it has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The funding round was led by Cornerstone OnDemand®.
Innovations in learning technology are turning heads and broadening ideas of what’s possible. Just like online learning revolutionized workplace training in the early 2000s, new tools are set to reshape the training landscape and offer better approaches.
Extended reality is used for the digital transformation of employee training in industries such as manufacturing, aerospace and health care. But the use of XR can go far beyond such high-consequence industries and bring value to L&D in other industries.