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Best Practice on Transformation



Case study one: The living LAB

A new approach towards utilizing technology at its best has taken one of our member companies. It approaches the challenges of the transformation passage, from a physical service provider to an operations and technology specialist. The state of the art facility constructed to develop, testing, training and showcasing the new tech solutions, fully utilizes the new digital capabilities. It is the place where new technology operationalizes in ‘live‘ situations. Best practices are fused here with technology in a single command and control center.

This transformation journey has taken them only three years to come so far.
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Case study two: The Skills for Tomorrow's Need – Accelerated by 3D Video Game Technology 
A Best Practice Example from outside our industry
For ages, knowledge of the organizational mediating between governments and armed factions and visiting and exchanging prisoners of war existed. Recently, the ICRC delegates used new tools at these meetings. They are custom-made 3D animated video clips demonstrating lifelike images of what they have seen. It became a success story to them to teach humanitarian law by using game technology. 

But ICRS plans to go further and change the context. They are in the making to illustrate real situations, in any geographical location. By using the virtual reality, the aggressors and the location where the violation has taken place are unidentified which helps to overcome the earlier always tedious discussion with very defensive authorities, which led to nowhere. 

The virtual reality group established in 2014, took about two years to design and plan and develop the core-platform. Today’s team consists of the team leader, the chief programmer, four 3D artists and a few video editors. The team based in Bangkok, chose the location because it is a place where skilled programmers and 3D artists are plentiful. 

Nowadays, they also produce training videos for their staff, preparing them for real-life situations, with the explicit aim to save lives and reduce casualties. To write the storyboard and to create one 3D video of a few minutes takes the team mentioned above about 3-4 months until released for use. 

I had the chance to wear such a virtual reality device. I can describe the emotions and the near reality feeling only as overwhelming. Not the content, but the concept and the approach is usable in private security for educational and training reasons. There are many benefits. Did I spark enough of your imagination and interest? 

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