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AWT Annual Member Luncheon 2017
Fri, April 7, 2017, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
Thanks for working together with us.
We'd like to give you a brief update on the state of AWT (like we do every year), as well as treat you to a hint of what's to come.
More industries are using Virtual Reality for..
- Training: Virtual training enables risks to students and equipment to be completely eliminated.
- Design: VR systems and services reduce design errors, foster understanding and communication, reduce or eliminate physical prototypes and, above all, reduce risk.
- Manufacturing: Operations teams can review virtual prototypes to highlight manufacturing issues earlier, to better understand the human factors implications and to be able to train production line staff to get it right first time.
- Research: VR is an extremely powerful tool for research, helping academics, scientists and students do their jobs more efficiently and effectively, thanks to its power as a communication too
- Marketing: Being memorable and being seen as innovative are good for differentiating you in your market and adding value to your reputation and brand. And VR definitely brings a wow factor.
Virtalis will be showing off the power of its transportable, interactive 3D visualization system, the ActiveMove, their desktop visualization system, the ActiveDesk, their portable head-mounted display system, the ActiveSpace, and their advanced visualization software, Visionary Render.
About Virtalis: Virtalis is a world‐leading Virtual Reality (VR) and Advanced Visualization company with its US offices located near Dayton, Ohio. Their mission is to demonstrate that visualization and VR offer users a valuable return on investment and will improve our competitive position.
Their software allows users to access and experience a real‐time, interactive and immersive VR environment created from huge 3D datasets to perform detailed design reviews, rehearse in‐depth training tasks, validate maintenance procedures or verify assembly and manufacturing processes.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Holden University Center is located directly across the street from Lakeland Community College main entrance off State Route 306. Parking at the Holden University Center is free and open to faculty, staff, students and guests.
Additional parking for the Holden University Center is located in the west parking lot (nearest to State Route 306) at Lakeland's main campus.
Courtesy Holden University Center shuttle service is available to and from Lakeland's main campus and various parking lots around campus.
Shuttle bus service maps are available online