Military & Defense

Military & Defense

All developed countries have adapted to using VR and AR for their military and defense systems. The forces use VR and AR modules for special training purposes to prevent physical accidents. VR and AR training help armed forces to train in real war-like situations and react accordingly to enemies without facing the risk of loss of life. AR primarily offers tailored battlefield visualizations, spatial orientation, weapon practicing, ware simulations, virtual terrains, situational awareness, and other customized environments.

VR provides an immersive 360-degree environment for trainees to seamlessly experience the field in real-time with full safety. The training modules also help defense instructors check and observe the real-time performance of every trainee, helping them give feedback accordingly. Instructors can correct new trainees before placing them in hostile environments. Physical training, drills, and survival abilities are simulated and perfected to develop a sturdy fighting unit.

Vehicle Simulators

VR simulators for automotive companies help demonstrate car performance and different possibilities before the client makes an order. VR immersion helps customers check the car’s concept and drive it before making a decision.

Vehicle simulators immerse customers in the car to feel its power, performance, and possibilities by applying accurate prototypes. Our VR solutions provide a complete driving experience to the users on the roads, parking lots, and highways. Vehicle simulators have brought innovation and interactivity to the automotive industry.

Mission Planning

VR training has revolutionized the world of planning. Previously, strategic planning was one thing, but success only depended on its execution. With VR, mission planning has taken a step ahead. Virtual Reality supported mission planning helps companies benefit from VR on an industrial scale. It offers unique opportunities to safely and effectively plan and save millions on real prototypes and execution.

Manufacturing and real-life solutions involve a lot of expenses and take time. With VR, employees can work at their own pace, allocate resources to production, and learn and seek guidance with setup and other things.

Technical Training

A VR technical training program works as an individual knowledge repository filled with insights for a particular technical environment. Working with complex technical systems may overwhelm the new employees. Hence, a 3D virtual environment can be used to develop a chain of actions that trainees can follow to start effectively in their initial training phase.

It is also an effective way to simulate emergencies and hazardous scenarios in the real world. For instance, the Boeing VR training program trains every mechanical engineer about the repercussions of faulty repairs without experiencing real-world consequences. The VR technical training solutions at Aatral aim to improve the efficacy and quality of employee training.

AI troubleshooting and training

A faulty mechanism impacts the whole production chain and causes major economic loss. This raises the importance of troubleshooting. So, if a failure is detected, an onsite operator can diagnose the malfunction and fix it. But sometimes, when an operator is unavailable or fails to resolve the issue, remote AI troubleshooting helps the team identify and resolve issues more effectively. Virtual Reality provides onsite operators and working teams with the information and tools needed to assess and resolve malfunctions.

With a digital replica via the VR, while the onsite operator detects the machine’s status locally, the remote team investigates the problem by using the information and finding a solution for it. For example, as soon as a malfunction is detected, an operator checks the devices wearing the BR and connects to the team. The VR detects the device and its status, and the live stream is sent to the team. They can find the best solutions and collaboratively help the operator fix the problem.