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ADEME and the AQUITAINE REGION are supporting OPERANTIS in the development of a suite of solutions (e-learning, simulator and 3D trainer) in the field of renewable energies. These grants have enabled the creation of the SOLIANTIS training centre in PAU, for which Operantis is developing 360 ° training solutions allowing learners to not only be aware of renewable energies and be trained through e-learning and by an instructor but also trained via a unique real-time 3D simulator in the fields of renewable energies and petroleum fuels.
INU Champollion, through the Serious Game Research Lab (SGRL), the multi-disciplinary research group, has expertise in modelling and prototyping of serious games (taking place in virtual environments), the use of these devices and the evaluation of educational practices.
The flexibility of Operantis and the profiles with expertise in the field of multi-media training allow the management of innovative collaborative and multi-disciplinary research projects and large-scale projects in a wide variety of industrial sectors. The OPERANTIS – SGRL partnership is focused on producing a “serious game” prototype, that is to say an immersive virtual environment featuring business activities aimed at training professionals from various sectors.
The MIDI-PYRENEES REGION has allocated funding under New Learning Technologies for the AGILE IT program, led by the Consortium of Operantis, Actia and the Jean-François Champollion University Centre. The background of this project is to develop a serious game based on automotive diagnosis via the tools and equipment of Actia. Due to the technological expertise of Operantis, this program quickly evolved into the implementation of a real-time 3D simulator allowing the trainee to move from the diagnostic interface to the immersive 3D environment of the simulator, guaranteeing an input which is both theoretical and practical.