Virtual Reality (VR) can provide organisations working in secure environments like air defence, military and cybersecurity a faster, cost-effective and more efficient way of working. However, strict security regulations in this sector make it difficult for companies to implement VR in their daily work. Many will require Authority to Operate (ATO) certification before the equipment can enter the secure space. Specifically, VR makes remote collaboration possible, meaning secure organisations can take advantage of the following benefits.
- Professional-grade VR designed for classified environments that require Authority to Operate (ATO)
- Being able to create realistic avatars for virtual meetings removing the need for travel
- Improved design processes allowing users to make changes flexibly
- Cost savings on manufacturing and transporting physical prototypes
- Immersive demonstrations of concepts and ideas