The VR application provided visualization of the safety procedures for work at heights, and navigation through the factory compound showcasing different parts of the cement production process.
In terms of safety, app users could click on personal safety equipment and see all the prerequisite safety tools that each individual worker needed: from gloves, helmets, glasses, suits, harnesses, to shoes. Then, the work at heights was demonstrated in the form of an authentic, 360-degree visualization.
Another scenario that was important to consider was how raw materials were extracted from the quarry. Users could view the blast video while different metrics were shown, such as the average output, yearly production, bucket size, etc.
When it comes to the content related to clinker production and cement kiln, it was possible to click on the main content section to see the main parts of the kiln and calcinator represented by 3D models in a virtual environment. The user was able to see different metrics: the alternative fuel rate and daily cement production. The real measurements could be shown in VR.
A 360 degree video was used to display the cement packaging with overlaid basic interactive product info. The inside of the factory was realistically filmed with all the production processes included.