The Future of Technology in Career Training

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With MarketScale taking in the sights at CES 2020, it’s a great opportunity to speak with some of the most innovative and exciting companies and people at this year’s show.
To that end, MarketScale’s Taylor Bagley spoke with Diamond Age Technology President and CEO John Blackwell.

Diamond Age has recently partnered with the National Institute of Technology and Standards (NIST) and the organization’s Public Safety Communications Research division to develop virtual reality and augmented reality training programs for some first responders, like firefighters and law enforcement.

Blackwell highlighted the future of VR technology and beyond, adding that it will continue to provide innovation in career training and simulation standard.

Specifically, Blackwell believes these kinds of training can provide a level of engagement and muscle memory that comes closer than ever to live training sessions.

Bagley also took part in a demo of Diamond Age’s latest training program, getting a firsthand look at how it could shape the way first responders and more are trained in the future.

To keep up with the rest of MarketScale’s CES 2020 content, head to marketscale.com/industries.

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