Virtualware showcases at the international Defence and Security Exhibition FEINDEF

Virtualware introduces VIROO at The international Defence and Security Exhibition FEINDEF

Bilbao, May 15th –  The European virtual reality company Virtualware (EPA: MLVIR) is taking part in FEINDEF, the International Defence and Security Fair, to show how virtual reality (VR) is revolutionizing the training of the medical team of the Spanish Military Health Corps.

From 17 to 19 May, the FEINDEF Foundation will celebrate the international event dedicated to public-private cooperation for shared strategic autonomy at IFEMA, under the theme “Defending our security”.

This edition will have a space dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship in the defence and security sector, Innova for Def&Sec. A meeting point for entrepreneurs and innovative companies interested in the defence and security market, in which Virtualware will participate (stand 12), presenting how the Spanish Military School of Health (EMISAN) manages the training processes of health personnel in different highly complex environments, using the VIROO® virtual reality platform deployed in a full-scale room.

Virtualware´s flagship product VIROO® is proving that Virtual Reality is accessible to companies and institutions of any size and industry. It is a pioneering VRaaS (VR as a Service) platform. EMISAN is using it to address the challenges of training army units in medical protocols for chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear scenarios.

The VR platform enables the EMISAN team to assess and improve performance in areas such as leadership, teamwork, communication, and decision-making in complex and high-stress scenarios.

In addition to the Spanish Ministry of Defence, VIROO is used by more than 40 companies and institutions around the world, including GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Ontario Power Generation, Gestamp, ADIF, the Technological University of El Retoño and EAN University, and is a comprehensive digital solution for the remote development and deployment of multi-user virtual reality applications.

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