Elevating Work Platform (EWP)
Our EWP simulator is a win-win for both trainees and training providers. It immerses learners in realistic scenarios and provides real-time feedback on safety considerations as well as best-practices for operating an EWP.
This experience can create real cost savings for organisations that are considering buying more equipment for training, while increasing the quality of the training provided. Click here to find out more.
Work Safely at Heights
Give students a real sense of what it's like to work safely at heights - without putting them in danger.
Make use of live analytics to ensure trainees are delivering the best possible care.
VR can simulate a broad range of confined spaces without the expensive cost overhead of physical simulations.
Vehicle Start Checks
Get your employees trained on your procedures without tying up any equipment.
Physical fire safety training leaves little room for error. Empower your trainees to learn by doing with this simulation.
If you are doing training that could benefit from VR simulation, we'd love to hear from you. Contact us today.
No bulky or expensive PCs, just hardware that works.
Balancing power with affordability and ease of use.
ParaSpace is committed to providing hardware that will create the best user experience for our customers. We understand the limitations that purchasing large gaming PCs can pose to accessibility and ease of use. That's why we set up all our clients with Oculus Quest or Go headsets that are affordable, powerful and easy to transport.
High risk work requires high quality training. Safety training has come a long way in the past few decades, and there is now an increased appreciation of the high standard of training that must be provided to the modern construction worker to successfully avoid workplace injuries. However, it is often costly and time consuming to provide this training to workers, and to prepare them for real life scenarios.
Our VR training tools provide a cost-effective way to increase the amount of practical experience that workers receive before they head out on the job site, as well as the ability to simulate real life scenarios that contextualize the rest of their training.