Mmersive factory is an expert in VR training exercises in the field of occupational health, safety and environment (HSE) and is part of HTC’s vive x accelerator in London, UK. Today, the company announced that it had raised £ 850000 for further program development.

Immersive factory raised £ 850000 for a series of VR training

The investment was initiated by waterstart capital, which helped expand customer support at immersive factory worldwide and updated training methods on occupational health and safety. At present, its customers include shell, colas, Siemens, MOET Hennessy, Suez environment group, Volvo, P & G, engie, Airbus, EDF, Veolia and Saint Gobain. Immersive factory has established an international retailer network of more than 40 partners to assist.

At present, immersive factory has nearly 30 employees between the administrative and sales headquarters in Paris and the R & D center in albi. It has carried out a series of VR training to reduce the incidence of accidents at work and improve work behavior.

“Virtual reality is a leading technology that can be used to achieve these ambitious teaching goals,” Olivier Pierre, CEO of immersive factory, said in a statement

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