DB Schenker nutzt 3D-Technik und Virtual Reality für die Schulung von Logistikpersonal

  • Schenker Deutschland AG entwickelt mit Fraunhofer-Institut für Materialfluss und Logistik innovative Mitarbeitertrainings

  • DB Schenker trains logistics personnel with 3D technology and virtual reality
    (Essen, October 24, 2018) A team comprised of experts from the Fraunhofer Institute and DB Schenker has developed an innovative employee training program in the team's joint Enterprise Lab for Logistics and Digitalization. The program focuses on packaging and order-picking processes and is the first to launch as part of this initiative. The training program is built around six exercises that teach the participants about the processes from start to finish by encouraging playful learning. The employee training course is currently available in German and English, and additional languages can easily be added. A virtual reality (VR) version of the exercises is also in the works. Deutsche Bahn leads Germany in the use of VR for training purposes, since opportunities to train with real equipment during ongoing operations are frequently limited. In virtual environments, employees can be trained to complete tasks such as opening nose covers and operating wheelchair lifts on ICE 4 trains. Now DB Schenker is drawing on
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  • DB Schenker trains logistics personnel with 3D technology and virtual reality
    (Essen, October 24, 2018) A team comprised of experts from the Fraunhofer Institute and DB Schenker has developed an innovative employee training program in the team's joint Enterprise Lab for Logistics and Digitalization. The program focuses on packaging and order-picking processes and is the first to launch as part of this initiative. The training program is built around six exercises that teach the participants about the processes from start to finish by encouraging playful learning. The employee training course is currently available in German and English, and additional languages can easily be added. A virtual reality (VR) version of the exercises is also in the works. Deutsche Bahn leads Germany in the use of VR for training purposes, since opportunities to train with real equipment during ongoing operations are frequently limited. In virtual environments, employees can be trained to complete tasks such as opening nose covers and operating wheelchair lifts on ICE 4 trains. Now DB Schenker is drawing on
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