CG1 Solutions Launches Private Beta Test for Metaverse Hospital Training System

Although virtual reality (VR) technologies have been around for more than six decades in various forms, they are still not considered mainstream technologies in different industries. The current virtual reality market is mainly focused on games. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the healthcare industry has been focused on integrating and investing in new technologies that could be used to help patients and train healthcare professionals. CG1 Solutions, a US-based company, announced the launch of a private beta test for a metaverse training system for hospitals, Reality Hub.

Over the next three years, GlobalData expects the company to become the key virtual reality market, overtaking the consumer segment. The global virtual reality market, which was worth nearly $5 billion in 2020, will generate $51 billion in revenue by 2030, expanding at a compound annual growth rate of 27% over the ten-year period , according to forecasts from GlobalData. Virtual reality is already used in various sectors, such as retail, defense, airlines and healthcare, where it is mainly used for training. Reality Hub is able to use Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality to provide effective training on a wide range of medical equipment.

The Covid-19 pandemic has put a strain on hospitals and healthcare personnel. For example, hospitals and healthcare systems are facing staffing shortages, and new technology solutions such as Reality Hub can provide effective solutions to train new staff faster.

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