The wonder about innovation is how with just a small step, people can improve other's quality of life. Imagine you are in the maritime industry, that is, you work in the deep sea most of your time, and as a job requirement, you need to use training simulators frequently. Those training simulators consist of large, fixed installations that require people traveling to training centers. Remember, you're deep in the sea most of your time.
Well, now imagine a spark, a great idea. Imagine that a company (let's say it's Morild Interaktiv), using Virtual Reality (VR) technology, is able to develop a compact training system, which delivers better results than the conventional system. Imagine it's small enough to fit inside a PELI 1620 Case. Yes, that is certainly a great idea. But, could such a VR solution be a reality?
The answer is, yes. The developers of this Mobile Training Station, Morild Interaktive, from Norway decided to use a PELI case to ensure their VR solution was robust enough to be safely transported and used in the field without a hitch. We're talking about oil-rigs, onboard offshore vessels... can you imagine being a part of that? Yes, we're that proud.
Time is precious and by making training solutions mobile, they're able to bring training to their clients, significantly reducing training costs and time. How many hours of sleep, how many off-duty hours are being saved here? That's the wonderful thing about it all.
Congratulations, Morild Interaktiv!