With wrap-around sound and vision, you can re-create realistic scenarios.
And, thanks to the flexibility of our technology, you can usually port your existing image generators, simulation software or training assets direct to the Igloo platform
Health and safety campaigns
Virtual site visits
Skills and aptitude assessments
Normal Operating Procedure (NOP) and Emergency Operating Procedure (EOP) simulations
Avoid expensive real-life training scenarios or trips to faraway locations
Authentic experiences are effectively re-created
Improve monitoring and compliance
All sessions can be recorded and archived
Entire teams can interact with any scenario
A risk-free way to experience hazardous situations
But, don’t take our word for it. A wide range of academic research and industry case studies have confirmed that immersive virtual environments (IVEs) like Igloo can:
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• Emergency services • Oil & Gas • Engineering & construction • Mining & extractive • Water industry • Power generation & supply • Transport & infrastructure •Training & education • Military • Sports science
And, thanks to the flexibility of the layer-based Igloo player, we can work with you to enhance your existing content. For example, we have worked with some clients to create interactive visual scenarios for their existing process simulators. We have also worked with client to link their content to Google Street View data.
Joe Little, BP Technology Officer
Group Manager of Strategic Development,
Fire Service College
Once clients get a feel for the flexibility of the Igloo technology, many are keen to explore its full potential. And our in-house development team can show you what is possible.
So, for example, we have worked with some clients to integrate head-tracking, motion-tracking, gesture control and stereoscopic 3D capabilities.
We have also worked with clients to incorporate real-life tools – like vehicles, personal protective equipment (PPE) communications devices, handheld devices and, in the case of military simulations, armoured vehicles and weaponry.