We're super-excited about being part of this journey with immersive technology specialists Pauley.
After writing a successful SBRI FOAK bid, we are now working together on a this fabulous project with HS2 Ltd and The National College for High Speed Rail.
The project will develop a training system for the future staff of Old Oak Common station. An augmented reality world will deliver training in customer experience, as well as maintenance and safety at the station. Staff will develop the skills to manage the station efficiently, before ever setting foot in it!
Philip Pauley, Founder and Managing Director of Pauley, said, “We’re only starting to harness the power of augmented reality. Few people really get what it is and what it can do. The technology we’re bringing to HS2 enables the wearer to see Old Oak Common station in minute detail. It unlocks huge opportunities to explore, test and refine a digital replica of the station years before the passengers arrive.”
Watch this space for project updates!