Train best practices on a global scale
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Training in virtual reality reduces the loss
of production capacity and failure costs to a minimum.


Apollo Tyres is a multinational company with offices and production locations in countries worldwide, such as India, South Africa and the Netherlands.

One of their KPI's in production optimization is designing best cases for production processes and implementing them in all locations across the globe. Serious VR assisted Apollo Vredestein by developing a VR training for a mould change machine. With this VR training operators are trained more efficiently practicing complex actions before working at the real machine.

In this way operators can change the mould more quickly and spend less training time in the factory. Which results in a lower machine downtime for all factories.

The approach of Serious VR towards a virtual training environment is very solid and their VR training solutions proof to be very well designed.

360 VR Training Environment

360 VR Training Video

Put on your VR glasses and explore this 360 VR video in which you will experience a part of the Virtual Training application we’ve developed for Apollo Vredestein.

360 VR Training Image

Put on your VR glasses and explore this 360 VR image in which you will experience the digital environment of the VirtualTraining application we’ve developed for Apollo Vredestein.


Instead of employees traveling to training locations, they’re now able to train locally. In this way, Apollo Vredestein saves time and money, while reducing failure costs at machines to a minimum. Employees are trained easier and more efficiently way before they start working in the factory.

Achieving operational excellence
Serious VR is a true partner of Apollo Vredestein when it comes to implementing VR in their organization. The added value of Serious VR is their holistic view on how VR can help Apollo Vredestein achieve operational excellence. In-depth process analysis helps to create more efficiency through the implementation of VR. Starting with a VR demo and gradually implementing VR on full scale.

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Operational training

Employees learn how to work on a variety of machines without being in the factory.

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