1 hr 6 min

What can we learn from space technology for remote training‪?‬ The Learning Curve with Kenny

    • Education

The accessibility and affordability of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) training looks set to enhance the way businesses and corporations approach learning and development. No longer limited to government agencies like NASA, these cutting-edge technologies are now accessible to a wider audience of learners. 

 

In this fascinating episode of The Learning Curve, Kenny sits down with Peter Clowes, the visionary founder of MAXART, a prominent VR/AR training technology company. Together, they explore the valuable lessons that learning and development managers can glean from the rigorous training of astronauts. 

 

NASA's use of ground-breaking technologies and their unwavering investment in highly skilled individuals provide us with a captivating glimpse into the boundless potential of enterprise learning. Specifically, organisations must prioritise enhancing remote training capabilities and recognise the immense value of interdisciplinary skills. 

 

💬 About the podcast guest:  

Peter is the CEO and founder of MAXART, one of Australia's leading VR/AR training technology companies. He is also the director and co-founder of Raytracer, a space and defence-focused SME that developed a world-first Neutral Buoyancy VR technology. 

The accessibility and affordability of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) training looks set to enhance the way businesses and corporations approach learning and development. No longer limited to government agencies like NASA, these cutting-edge technologies are now accessible to a wider audience of learners. 

 

In this fascinating episode of The Learning Curve, Kenny sits down with Peter Clowes, the visionary founder of MAXART, a prominent VR/AR training technology company. Together, they explore the valuable lessons that learning and development managers can glean from the rigorous training of astronauts. 

 

NASA's use of ground-breaking technologies and their unwavering investment in highly skilled individuals provide us with a captivating glimpse into the boundless potential of enterprise learning. Specifically, organisations must prioritise enhancing remote training capabilities and recognise the immense value of interdisciplinary skills. 

 

💬 About the podcast guest:  

Peter is the CEO and founder of MAXART, one of Australia's leading VR/AR training technology companies. He is also the director and co-founder of Raytracer, a space and defence-focused SME that developed a world-first Neutral Buoyancy VR technology. 

1 hr 6 min

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