Fusion VR - AR, VR and MR Company in India

Fusion VR is India’s leading Customer Focused VR, AR and Industry 4.0 solutions company that is focused on helping businesses in their Digital-Transformation journeys. We handhold companies deploying the Industry 4.0 suite of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) and Digital Twins (DT) technologies. We are also one of India’s leading VR / AR companies actively supporting the development and implementation of these technologies in the industrial sectors.

Fusion VR provides solutions for multi-verticals to enhance production efficiencies, eliminate Safety-Incidents, increase profitability and lead on the path to becoming a Smart Factory. Our goal as an AR & VR development company is to turn every idea into an exciting XR Product. We help in deploying AR and VR technology that ultimately delivers great Experiential-Learning and unbelievable Return-On-Investment (ROI) benefits to our clients.

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VR, AR, MR Solutions

Oil & Gas Process operator wearing Virtual Reality (VR) headset and taking training for offshore oil rig operations Oil & Gas Process operator wearing Virtual Reality (VR) headset and taking training for offshore oil rig operations
VR - Virtual Reality

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AR - Augmented Reality

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MR - Mixed Reality

Industries We Serve

Defence & AviationDefence & Aviation
MarinesMarines
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs)
Fire & SafetyFire & Safety
Industrial-Training & UniversitiesIndustrial-Training & Universities
Smart Cities & ArchitectureSmart Cities & Architecture

Our Projects

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Our On-the-Job remote assistance solutions through AR & MR technologies are carefully designed to cater both high-risk hazardous zones...more...

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Our VR Operator Training Simulators (VR-OTS) virtually recreates the Immersive Digital-Twin of the process plant. Operators can easily... more...

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The award winning Virtual reality (VR) welding simulator-WeldSim is our product which provides kinesthetic memory skills that... more...

Workshops and Seminars

We believe in sharing advances in AR VR technology and its applications in industry for the benefit of everyone. Being one of the leading augmented reality and virtual reality companies in India, we deliver business seminars, workshops, VR training and educational presentations to help understand, explore and begin or refine your immersive Industry 4.0 journeys. Allow us to help you navigate into the exciting new world of smart manufacturing. Our experienced team of professionals can custom design Workshops and Seminars at your chosen venue for any target audience to elevate awareness on AR VR applications.

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Subject Matter Expertise

  • Certified Industry 4.0 professionals with over 25 years of Industry experience
  • Immersive-technologists, Stereo-imaging specialists & Creative artists with over 15 years of experience
  • Game-engine, Internet-of-Things (IoT) & Artificial-Intelligence (AI) Developers with nearly 10 years of experience
  • Process Engineers with over 25 years of experience in Plant Operations (Field & DCS console), Emergency & HSE Training in Oil & Gas and Petrochemical facilities
  • Maintenance engineering consultants with over 30 years of experience in Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Failure Mode Effective Analysis (FMEA), Equipment Criticality Analysis (ECA), Maintenance Craft Procedure (MCP) for onshore and offshore facility, Oil & Gas, Gas compressor station, Gas supply station, Refinery, Petrochemical, Mining and Power industries
  • Electrical & Instrumentation engineering consultants with more than 27 years of experience in setting up of engineering and maintenance systems for Greenfield and Brownfield projects with specialization in SIL, RCM, FMEA, RCA, Design/Development & Audit of PSM programs in addition to expertise in Process Automation and Electrical safety audits for Manufacturing Industries
  • Multi-Disciplinary Advisory Committee consisting of more than 15 renowned Senior-Scientists engaged in areas such as Space Research, Image-Processing, Ocean-Technology, Atomic Energy, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Electronics & Communication, Mechanical, DNA-Computing and Stereoscopy
Set of Industry 4.0 technology icons representing Subject Matter Expertise of Fusion VR

From Our Blog

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The Applications of Virtual Reality In Aviation

The COVID-19 pandemic did bring the aviation industry to its knees, particularly the commercial airline companies. Many countries locked down and made it impossible for people to travel anywhere. Fortunately, vaccination has brought down new infections and also it safer for people to travel again. The industry has survived and is poised to grow again.

The European multi-national aerospace company, Airbus, forecasts a demand for 39,000 aircraft in the next 20 years to replace ageing fleets and also meet growing needs. There is obviously a need for well-trained and competent personnel to operate and maintain these aircraft. It is extremely crucial for the industry leaders to develop the foresight to identify future challenges and tackle them with the aid of new technologies.

Virtual Reality or VR is one such technology that has extensive potential for the aviation industry of the future. VR is one of the coolest immersive technologies that sets out to enhance human competencies and performance like never before. VR technology and services have grown by leaps and bounds, making them more accessible and affordable to companies and individual users.

As an industry expert, it is my pleasure to share with you how VR is making a difference around the world to create and maintain competitive advantages for companies. The magic of VR is that it enables you to explore and perform things you once imagined were never possible or affordable. The great advances in computing and communications technologies have made the impossible possible!

Virtual reality in aviation training is a game changer for training all personnel engaged in operations, maintenance, reliability, cabin duties, safety, emergency response, customer care etc. VR provides not good training but great training! VR training is four times faster, increases confidence and delivers greater retention, according to a study by PWC. Many corporations and agencies have begun incorporating Virtual reality training as part of their aviation training programs and integrating its results into existing learning management systems.

The first ever certificate for a VR-based flight simulation training device has been granted by EASA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency. These devices are designed to help train experienced pilots and students to gain competence in basic flight and emergency skills.

The trainee is immersed in a fully functional VR cockpit with all the controls that are in a real helicopter. This certification is a major landmark, and recognition for VR flight training as the training credit received by students adds up to the necessary training hours for a flying license.

In addition to that, Air France has co-developed a standalone VR Engine Run-Up training solution that is designed to enhance training in operations and maintenance of engines. This VR aviation training solution has led to reduced time spent on flight simulator practice and rendered the overall sequence of training more effective.

VR for pilot training has more advanced uses, such as training them to recognize and manage optical illusions that affect pilots, in particular the runway width illusion. As pilots descend on a runway that is somewhat narrower than normal, it creates an illusion that the aeroplane is higher than it actually is, making the pilot take a lower approach than necessary.

Similarly, if the runway is wider than normal, the pilot experiences an illusion that he is lower than he actually is and makes him take a higher approach than needed.

Such illusions affect judgment which has serious risks while landing with a plane load of passengers, which is usually the norm. VR simulator training is designed to be repetitive without incurring additional costs, and devices such as the Virtual Reality Aviation Illusion Trainer actually help pilots better prepare themselves for these types of situations.

VR training solutions also have operational uses for airline companies which place a heavy emphasis on training standards and compliance. With the rapid growth of air travel, there is an ever-increasing need for well-trained pilots. Older pilots are retained to support training and operational needs.

However, there are some risks with older pilots such as declining health and their ability to recognize and respond to critical situations. Such VR aviation training solutions are employed for cognitive health screening and validation of pilot readiness for continued operational engagements.

VR training is not just limited to pilots in the aviation industry. Cabin crew training can also be accomplished with VR as they play a crucial role in the effective operation of all aircraft. They are no longer air hostesses as we used to refer to in the past. The cabin crew perform multiple operational, safety, security and emergency roles.

They are always the first responders and need to communicate effectively to passengers and cockpit crew in emergency situations. VR training is geared to develop competencies for cabin crew in all these areas in a virtual 3D cabin crew environment with virtual passengers.

Role play and what-if scenarios are developed to test and certify the required competencies. Such training leaves the crew ingrained with the desired responses that become evident in real flight operations. Excellent service is always noticed by customers which eventually enhances the airline’s reputation.

Now is the time for all aircraft manufacturing and operating companies to rapidly adopt VR training for their personnel. As VR is new in the professional airlines world, companies need the assistance of established VR solutions providers to provide the perspective and guidance to identify the pain points and appropriate use cases and develop tailor-made solutions that have a clear result on their operating efficiency and bottom line.

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How can VR in Medical Training Help Doctors?

Medicine is one of the most vital fields for the survival of humanity. By integrating modern, sophisticated technologies with the healthcare industry, it is not only possible to save more lives but also prolong them. For many years Virtual Reality has been seen as a key technology for the gaming industry, but these days it is making its impact in every sector, from engineering to healthcare.

Due to the lack of resources and the impact of COVID-19, many educational institutions and hospitals are unable to provide full-fledged practical training to the students, which ultimately leads to a lack of knowledge and skills. It’s a serious situation which has a significant impact on the healthcare situation in any nation. This is where Virtual Reality comes to the rescue.

Virtual reality in medical education improves the precision and effectiveness of medical training. It enables the user to experience situations in the virtual world that they would never be able to experience in the real world due to physical limitations.

When compared to the cost of medical equipment and machinery, Virtual Reality headsets are very much affordable.

Moreover, virtual reality can provide a view of the anatomy of the human body and can inspect the 3D models of each organ individually. It allows the students to learn how the various organs work and how they are interconnected throughout the body.

Virtual Reality solutions can be designed to generate multiple complex cases and guide the students to recognise and handle those situations effectively. In the real world, it would take many years to get expert-level experience. Still, with these generated complex scenarios, the students can learn the fundamentals many times faster and can gain expert-level of experience in a shorter span of time.

It is quite risky to operate on a real person for training purposes, and every minute matters when surgery is being done, but in Virtual Reality, the students are free of time constraints, and failures are very much tolerable. Each student will be guided with step-by-step procedures, and VR surgical training provides a realistic experience with no risk to lives. Virtual Reality can also be used to evaluate themselves with a score at the end of each training and understand their true potential.

Quite often, a lot of preparation is required for doctors to operate on patients with complex disorders and diseases, and the doctors may not be fully aware of the risks. Still, the same complexity can be simulated inside a virtually recreated human body and can help the surgeons get prepared for the surgery beforehand.

This three-dimensional perspective of the organs in the virtual world lets the surgeons plan accordingly and improves the accuracy of the surgery. Moreover, they can simulate the surgery multiple times before getting their hands on the real patient and have the best possible way to operate on the patient successfully.

Traditionally the doctors can give the patient an idea about their condition via a standard physical model and images but with Virtual Reality, the patient can get a better idea of their own anatomy and a clear sense of their condition.

Virtual Reality can play a big role in cognitive rehabilitation therapy (CRT) by restoring the cognitive function of the brain. Virtual reality can provide more sensory stimulations and real-time feedback when a task is done, which can greatly impact the rate of improvement.

Overall, VR in medical training is an innovative way for the advancement of patient care as well training and sharpen the skills of medical practitioners, thereby adding value to the healthcare industry and the well-being of a nation’s Human Resources

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