The Virti team has created a range of immersive clinical environments outside the operating theatre, enabling you to speak to patients and colleagues in settings ranging from the emergency department to the patient’s bedside
In this episode, we have the privilege of hosting the amazing Dr. Alex Young, CEO and founder of Virti, a training platform that leverages training, extended reality (XR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help healthcare professionals prepare for high-stress situations.
Choosing to engage with the rapidly-growing world of Extended Reality technology is a fantastic example of how forward-thinking businesses can overcome existing hurdles and secure an edge on their competitors in 2021.
VR is being used to train surgeons before they even step into the operating theatre. Dr Alex Aquilina, an orthopaedic surgeon based in Bristol Children’s Hospital has been using Virti’s VR tech to create 360-degree surgical videos.
Virtual Reality (VR) training tools are here to help, ensuring that healthcare professionals can be trained remotely, immersively, and more thoroughly than traditional methods for both front-line medicine and in specialist procedures.
New AI technology has been developed so trainee medics can safely learn their skills remotely during the pandemic. The "virtual patient" can role-play life-like scenarios and be accessed via a VR headset, PC or tablet.
Every era is defined by innovations that transform our lives. Ground-breaking leaps forward are lauded, only to have their crown snatched away by a better, smarter version in the following years. Since the turn of the millennium, unfathomable levels of investment have poured into companies pushing boundaries in every field.
Techround caught up with Dr Alexander Young, CEO and founder of Virti, to talk all things from being the first evidence-based training company to enter the NHS Innovation Accelerator programme, to adapting to remote training in a post-pandemic world…
The WCN team talk to Dr Alex Young, founder of Virti, a company combining mixed reality and artificial intelligence into a mind-blowing training platform. By harnessing data, and allowing users to build their own immersive scenarios, Virti is hoping to bring limitless personalized education to every corner of the globe, unlocking the full power of human potential.
Meet Virti, the company founded by trauma and orthopaedic surgeon Dr Alexander Young that’s using XR, AI and gamification to help medical and other professionals learn faster and remember training for longer
Bristol-based Virti uses extended reality (XR) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help organisations around the world to remotely train workers. When the pandemic hit and companies across the globe started exploring socially distanced ways of learning and training, Virti said it was “ideally placed” to help.