We are proud to announce that Cegelec, Actemium and Omexon have chosen Immersive Factory for their Safety Day animations, a rewarding experience for all parties. We would like to thank Cindy Pacory, Head of QSRE, and all the team for counting on us and for their participation in our VR animations.

" Immersive Factory has organized a " Risk hunting" in virtual reality at our premises. Some participants were more comfortable with the workshop then the others. However, overall this workshop has enabled all participants to apprehend an industrial environment and to detect all kinds of dangerous situations."

Cindy Pacory, Head of QSRE, Cegelec

>> To learn more about our animations in VR for Safety Day

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