Extended-reality employee training — a beginning for robotic onboarding?

This week, I’ve been at a major analyst event at Lenovo (a client of mine) where we’re looking closely at how the company’s units work together. Most companies in Lenovo’s class are better known for infighting than synergy, so the absence of the latter has made this a fascinating week.

One of the more noteworthy aspects has been how successful Lenovo has been with extended reality (XR) in terms of education and training.

Another analyst noted how robotics is advancing in fast-food restaurants, where Lenovo dominates in terms of employee onboarding and training with VR, raising the question of how this applies to restaurants that appear to be moving early to full automation.

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​ This week, I’ve been at a major analyst event at Lenovo (a client of mine) where we’re looking closely at how the company’s units work together. Most companies in Lenovo’s class are better known for infighting than synergy, so the absence of the latter has made this a fascinating week.One of the more noteworthy aspects has been how successful Lenovo has been with extended reality (XR) in terms of education and training.Another analyst noted how robotics is advancing in fast-food restaurants, where Lenovo dominates in terms of employee onboarding and training with VR, raising the question of how this applies to restaurants that appear to be moving early to full automation.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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