Free Seminar Programme FSP221
Harnessing the Power of Emerging Technologies to Bridge the ‘Learning - Doing’ Gap, AR, VR and More!
Date Friday, Dec 7 Time – Room Learning Technology Hall Theatre 2
Bridging the ‘Learning-Doing’ gap has always been a challenge for organisations – often there is a time gap between training initiatives and the application, or a disconnect between the training environment and the real world.
Traditional methods to overcome this gap have been through printed job-aids or manuals. With technology/devices becoming ubiquitous and less expensive, it’s become much easier to design performance support and refresher learning at the point-of-performance.
In this session SiyonaTech will showcase a few award-winning examples of effective point-of-performance solutions
• Augmented Reality (AR) based support on the operation, repair maintenance of Dell laptops
• Augmented Reality (AR) based SmartGlasses support for Food Safety inspections
• SmartPhone based intelligent support for Air Traffic Operators
• Cabin Fire refresher in Virtual Reality (VR)
• ChatBots for Diabetes awareness.
Siyona Tech Ltd., Germany
With a background in Learning and Development, Industrial Psychology, Instructional Design, Coaching Project and Programme Management, Michelle follows a consultative approach to gain understanding of development requirements to match the needs of our clients.
Being trilingual herself and with deep expertise in working with global organisations through their European offices – spanning from the UK to Denmark and Sweden to the DACH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) and France – Michelle has great insight in how people learn and how-to development plans to suite different departmental requirements for various training needs, whether it be technical or behavioural training.