Mobile devices can help medical practice create smooth, satisfying patient experiences when it matters most.
When it comes to virtual reality, it’s not all fun and games.
From training employees, to simulating problems, to improving public safety, the use cases for VR were expansive.
“Being able to look at a problem with predictive capabilities and sensor data — and put it into a virtual reality to simulate it — is [something] customers are very hungry for,” said Jereme Pitts, chief operating officer of Librestream Technologies.
Meanwhile, Samsung SDS’s sales lead for federal acquisition Gabriel Murphy is looking forward to the safe side of VR. “I’m looking forward to law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMTs simulating the training they would do in real life, but in a protected and closed environment,” said Murphy.
Learn more about the impact VR will have on business by checking out all of the interviews in this video.