After 18 months of research and development Tradiebot is thrilled to announce the launch of SprayVIS. The Virtual Reality spray-painting training simulator and software was fully developed and manufactured in Australia, targeting the next generation of tradies honing their skills within the comfort of a classroom, training centre or exhibition.
Generation Y and Z have been surrounded by innovative technologies, such as portable computing, virtual reality and video games their whole lives. SprayVIS combines these technologies to connect with those generations, stimulating interest and promoting trades as a pathway to a secure and prosperous career choice. SprayVIS provides prospective students with a realistic virtual spray-painting experience and a direct connection to the industry.
SprayVIS also delivers sponsorship opportunities for businesses within the industry to help promote spray-painting as a career choice for the next generation.
SprayVIS presents an industrial training solution that harnesses engaging, interactive and immersive teaching methods to increase training speed and effectiveness, while saving costs and generating a positive environmental impact. Users are placed in realistic virtual environments and exposed to simulated training scenarios, while receiving real-time feedback and ongoing progress tracking.
The innovative out-of-box, plug and play solution is one of the most technologically advanced, cost-effective and compact systems on the market, providing a new perspective in delivering training using immersive virtual environments.
The SprayVIS system is an all-in-one early training solution providing a pathway into the spray-printing trade, rapidly providing potential spray painters with the necessary foundational skills, technique and experience before being handed a spray gun and placed in a real environment to continue their training towards an apprenticeship and career as a spray painter.
The simulator hardware has been designed with convenience in mind. Housed in a compact and rugged travel case, it enables safe and easy transport to deliver effective training in any location. With a specialised spray gun controller manufactured by Tradiebot, the system replicates the feel, weight and ergonomics of real spray gun. The spray gun also incorporates an industry standard air hose and is fitted with adjustable weights, simulating the mass of virtual paint.
“What an exciting training tool SprayVIS is, providing a new perspective on how early training can be delivered to the next generation of spray painters and enable us to stimulate interest in the spray-painting field like never before. At only $US10,000, the SprayVIS system is the most competitive all-in-one VR training solution on the market,” said Dr Kristan Marlow, Tradiebot Director of Engineering and Operational Technology