Uptale Announces Global Collaboration with Qualcomm to Accelerate XR Adoption and Empower Frontline Workers

 

  • Uptale, one of the leading players in the enterprise XR industry, benefits from Snapdragon Spaces Pathfinder Program and announces their plan to build on Snapdragon Spaces™ XR Developer Platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. to accelerate their global deployment.
  • Uptale plans to utilize Snapdragon Spaces to drive adoption of XR technology with frontline workers by delivering exceptional efficiency value to companies with the next generation of XR devices

 

Paris, May 31, 2023

Uptale, a leading immersive learning solutions provider, is thrilled to announce they are joining Qualcomm Technologies’ Snapdragon Spaces Pathfinder Program and adopting Snapdragon Spaces XR Developer Platform to build momentum for the acceleration of Extended Reality (XR) to enhance field training for companies worldwide.

Leveraging the power of XR technology for field training

Extended reality (XR) technology has been gaining traction in the training and learning areas for its ability to create highly engaging and effective learning experiences. As a result, companies across various sectors have embraced immersive learning with Uptale, ranging from standard operating procedures and security rules to quality control and managerial situations, as well as onboarding newcomers.

By leveraging 360 captures and XR technology such as Virtual Reality (VR), Uptale aims to provide a new and innovative way to train their frontline workers. One that is more effective, efficient, and engaging than traditional methods.

Over the years, Uptale solution has proven that the adoption of XR technology can provide significant benefits for more than 200 companies such as Stellantis and Alstom.

On the production line, Elsa Pattarozzi, Training School Manager at Sochaux site of Stellantis, declared in a testimonial video that her teams successfully reduced training time by 2, significantly increasing efficiency. As for Alstom, the company has been able to exponentially increase the number of safety training sessions, all while reducing associated costs. Frank Gaillard, Global Learning Director at Alstom, shared his thoughts on their transition to immersive learning with Uptale in a blog article: “With Uptale, we have found a way to respond to our challenges to simply create and spread Virtual Reality content on a large scale, on any device. The solution was completely aligned with our strategy.

Sharing a common vision: driving XR Adoption

Uptale has leveraged the power of Snapdragon Spaces to pave the way in driving practical VR applications and foster the growth of headworn XR among frontline workers.

By utilizing Snapdragon Spaces, Uptale can easily deploy its immersive learning solutions to a wider customer base worldwide. The cross-device SDK provides Uptale with the resources needed to scale and expand the reach of immersive learning to unprecedented levels. This statement is backed by David Ristagno, CEO of Uptale: “Our adoption of Snapdragon Spaces XR technology marks a significant milestone for Uptale. We’re able to push the boundaries of immersive learning and unlock its full potential for companies around the world for the next generations of amazing XR devices to come.

Martin Herdina, Senior Director, Product Management, XR added, “Qualcomm Technologies is excited about Uptale’s ability to accelerate the adoption of XR technologies using Snapdragon Spaces. Their innovative solutions empower frontline workers and improve overall efficiency. We look forward to enabling Uptale as they redefine the landscape of immersive learning and deliver tangible benefits to organizations worldwide.

 

Uptale and Qualcomm Technologies share a vision for XR technology adoption and look forward to showcase their expertise, resources, and commitments to XR technology adoption for frontline workers.

XR in Action: Uptale x Snapdragon Spaces

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