Develop interactive and engaging 3D simulations with Serious Factory at World of Learning 2018

  23 July 2018 |  La rédaction  Exhibition

The creation of Serious Games and behavioural simulations finally becomes easier with Serious Factory’s authoring software, VTS Editor. On the 16th & 17th of October 2018 at NEC Birmingham, Serious Factory will demonstrate their know-how, in terms of pedagogy and gamification, at their stand – located at D80.

 

An Exhibition to discover the new golden nugget of Learning Technologies

With more than 60 leading L&D companies already booked, World of Learning is no a show to be missed. By combining different actors, from conception to final products in learner’s hands, the exhibition provides a great overview of the crucial issues L&D managers face today.

The second phase of the international expansion of Virtual Training Suite

Well established on the French Market with more than 40% of the CAC 40 as active clients and ranked number one authoring tool, according to BSOCO market studies, Virtual Training Suite & Serious Factory started its international expansion earlier this year with CES 2018 Las Vegas.
Its main brick, VTS Editor – the authoring tool, met a resounding success thanks to its intuitive interface and the speed with which anybody can create a 3D pedagogical simulation or Serious Game.

It focuses on a missing link in the training process: Practice. By emerging your learners in real-life situations in an atmosphere close to their every-day life, they can practice a concept or notion without any real-life repercussion. For instance, practicing on rare and dangerous events, preparing for important meetings or even simulating a new finance software you team needs to master.
If you can’t wait until the 16th of October, you can download the free trial version here. Video tutorials for an easier start are at your disposal here.

Meet our Digital Learning Expert Tahir Khan

Our Digital Learning Expert Tahir Khan will be available and will gladly answer any questions at the exhibition stand – D80. You can find some of his work about Reference Points and Digital Learning here and his LinkedIn profile here.