This may look like a video game, but this is serious training. UPS will start utilizing virtual reality to teach driver safety. Their students will use headsets to simulate driving that requires them to spot hazards such as pedestrians, parked cars, and oncoming traffic. This virtual reality approach adds to their hands-on training. UPS already uses replica cities to practice driving. The company is currently using VR for package deliveries but may extend use for tractor trailer drivers.
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