VIROO awarded contract to support Spanish Ministry of Defense in medical training
Virtualware has been awarded a contract from The Cooperation in Scientific Research and Development related to Strategic Technologies Programme (COINCIDENTE) to support the Spanish Ministry of Defense (MoD) medical training in NRBQ protocol.
The warehouse scale multi-user VR simulator deployed in VIROO will provide realistic and intuitive training sessions to the medical staff at the Spanish Military Health School (EMISAN). VIROO will enable the Spanish MoD reduce cost, risk and time in their learning and training processes. This is the first of the next generation of simulators that will be part of a wider training program for the Spanish Health Forces.
“We are excited to support the Spanish Health Forces driving true impact in workforce training with VIROO. Since the last 16 years we have been focused on accelerating the adoption of Virtual Reality and spreading its potential for innovation. This is another great opportunity to revolutionize a whole industry”.
The Cooperation in Scientific Research and Development related to Strategic Technologies Programme (COINCIDENTE) aims to make use of the technologies developed in the civil field to incorporate innovative technology solutions of interest to the Spanish Ministry of Defense (MINISDEF).
Virtual Reality is definitely establishing itself as the standard for workforce training.
The Spanish Ministry of Defense is just another example of how this technology, and VIROO in particular, can boost innovation and learning as well as improve efficiency.
“We truly believe in the potential of Virtual Reality to change the world. That’s why we are increasing awareness in order to create a positive impact in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)”.
Unai Extremo, CEO Virtualware
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