42Gears has designed and developed SureMDM - VR to help organizations lockdown VR devices such as Oculus Go into kiosk mode, turning them into dedicated purpose devices. IT Professionals can restrict the device to a single app or multiple app modes, ensuring only allowed applications run on the VR device. SureMDM - VR also provides remote screen option, allowing IT admins to keep a track of what content is being watched on the headset and diagnose problems easily, whenever required.
Prakash Gupta, Co-founder and CTO of 42Gears, explains, "We are seeing a sharp incline in the adoption of VR headsets in industries such as healthcare, retail and even manufacturing for the specific purpose of immersive employee training.”
“Rather than just reading text material or viewing videos, with VR-based immersive training employees can experience situations, work on tools or practice problem-solving in a way they would do in the 'real-world',” he said.
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“SureMDM - VR is the first-of-its-kind solution to control and manage virtual reality headsets thereby delivering better ROI to organizations for their investments in the VR technology," he said.