How virtual reality is transforming learning, innovation and collaboration in the pharmaceutical industry.
Immersive technologies such as virtual reality offer many benefits to companies, including more efficient learning methods, rich virtual tours for internal onboarding, and various forms of collaboration on digital objects and data.
Learn and train in the pharmaceutical industry
Virtual reality creates an interactive environment for training and education that enables more effective engagement with complex content, such as in the biomedical field. In VR, trainees can explore virtual laboratories, practice techniques, visualize chemical structures, or safely simulate experiments.
Studies show that learning in VR leads to faster and more efficient retention of knowledge. This makes VR a valuable tool for training lab technicians, chemists, and other pharmaceutical professionals.
Talent acquisition and onboarding of new employees
Virtual reality also plays a crucial role in attracting top talent. On the one hand, presenting a company in VR shows its innovative spirit and provides a realistic insight into the future work environment.
Once hired, new employees can explore the company’s facilities in VR tours and learn important safety rules through special VR experiences.
Improved data analysis and collaboration
The pharmaceutical industry generates enormous amounts of data, and VR offers a unique way to visually analyze and interpret complex information. Immersive, three-dimensional visualizations allow researchers to explore complex data sets and identify patterns, anomalies, or other irregularities.
VR can also enable geographically dispersed teams to collaborate in virtual workspaces where they can interact with data sets and communicate in real time, regardless of location.
Read the white paper on VR in pharma
VRdirect trains companies in Virtual Reality. Training, education, presentation, marketing: in our role as VR professionals, we have successfully worked with more than 50 companies on many virtual reality projects over the past years.
We also support the pharmaceutical industry with consulting and implementation of VR projects to improve workflows or effective external presentation, for example in the search for talent. Get our white paper with all the information now.
We offer a no-obligation initial consultation to help you get started with virtual reality and explore the potential for useful VR applications together. We will be happy to send you the latest VR headset and demos free of charge – or you can visit our showroom and see for yourself.