Lareg Companies using AR/VR
To find out large companies in the US that have talked about using AR/VR technology to train employees, in order to find similarities between these companies to understand value drivers and use cases, and to better position the business and target other businesses who are actively using AR/VR.
- Boeing is using VR technology on the factory floor to simulate the assembly process for the mechanics in order to enable mechanics to provide feedback on the process, which eventually helps in findings solutions to problems. Boeing ranks 68th on the Fortune 500 list with a revenue of $101.127 billion and 153,000 employees.
- UPS will enhance its driver training by introducing VR technology and will use VR headsets to simulate the driving experience on the city streets of Germany and UK. UPS ranks 41st on the F500 list and has a revenue of $71.86 billion with 364,575 employees.
- Walmart, at the Walmart Academy, is using VR simulators to train new employees and managers to handle busy days like Black Friday, so they have the ability to tackle all possible situations from their very first day all while making sure customers do not have to face problems because of new employees at the store. Walmart ranks 1st on the F500 list and has a revenue of $514.4 billion with 2,200,000 employees.
- JetBlue (ranks 399th on F500 list with a revenue of $7.658 billion and 18,268 employees), United Rentals (ranks 379th on F500 list with a revenue of $8.047 billion and 18,500 employees), Fidelity (ranks 402nd on F500 list with a revenue of $7.594 billion and 23,436 employees), and Tyson Foods (ranks 80th on F500 list with a revenue of $40.052 billion and 121,000 employees) are also using VR technology to train employees.
- We can develop this spreadsheet and add more companies (Please specify if you want us to add the ones listed above to the spreadsheet).
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