Harris First to Launch New Augmented Reality App Using MYMIC Training Technologies Interactive Poster App
July 5, 2017
Harris Corporation, the best-in-class global provider of mission-critical products, systems and services to government and commercial customers, combining advanced technology and application knowledge to offer a superior value proposition, is now the first to implement the Interactive Poster App, they call Harris Go! to increase employee interactivity and engagement in safety awareness and communications.
MYMIC Training Technologies, a leading developer of game-based safety training products creating compelling state of the art 3D visualizations, animations and better user engagement, created the Interactive Poster App technology. With the Interactive Poster App, one can aim the camera at designated posters bringing them alive with an augmented video targeted to the specific posters.
Jay Bhatt, CEO, MYMIC Training Technologies stated: “We’re very pleased that Harris has the vision to use this technology to fully engage their employees in their safety training messaging in a new immersive way, demonstrating how evolving technologies can be channeled for employee good.”
The Harris interactive campaign promotes a culture where only zero accidents are acceptable, returning employees safe to their families, requesting employee feedback to improve safety, and their new environmental, health and safety mobile app.
In one of their Interactive Poster videos Bill Gattle, President, Space and Intelligence Systems, says: “We want to make sure no employee gets hurt while at work at Harris. We want to create a safe work environment for all of Harris activities, and its our objective to make sure everyone returns home safe to their families.”
MYMIC Training Technologies consistently raises the bar with many safety training applications, in developing the science and technology behind computer-based and interactive simulations. The Interactive Poster Is a proprietary app designed to better engage users while increasing learning retention. For an explanatory video go click here.