HTC Vive, Johnson & Johnson & DHL Set For Next VR Intelligence...

HTC Vive, Johnson & Johnson & DHL Set For Next VR Intelligence Webinar – VRFocus

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There is never not a good time to get involved and learn more about virtual reality (VR), either the medium itself or what’s going on with the industry as a whole. From our side at VRFocus we’ve just come off a successful Post Gamescom Review event last week and just this morning announced the next instalment of the VR Diversity Initiative (VRDI).

VR Intelligence - LogoBut for those of you keen on getting to the crux of the matter where the immersive tech business is concerned there’s a new webinar been announced by the team at VR Intelligence for later this month. One focusing on the return of investment (ROI) brands are seeing from implementing XR technologies. The

Taking place on September 20th 2018 at 10AM PDT, a panel of experts representing three major firms will be in discussion with Amy Peck, the Founder & CEO of EndeavorVR who will be acting as the chair. They will be discussing the benefits of XR to a modern business, how companies can determine value, how they can quantify success and they will also no doubt touch on the results from last month’s XR industry survey that was published by VR Intelligence.

The panel members will be:

  • Vinay Narayan, Vice President of Product and Operations (Americas) for HTC Vive
  • Raj Tiwari, Global Service Owner – Advanced Technologies (XR) at Johnson & Johnson
  • Lee Burrell, Director of Business Development for Automotive, Engineering & Manufacturing at DHL

“While XR companies have excelled in creating hardware and software to transform industries – from architecture to automotive, retail and beyond – the question now comes in how those benefits can be measured and communicated, in order to push for further adoption and investment.” Say VR Intelligence in a statement.

Registration for the webinar can be made here.  Look out for more details on further activities soon on VRFocus.

 




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