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Tuesday March 5th, 2019

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Robotics and virtual reality used for health and safety

Improving working conditions on sites with a system combining robotics and virtual reality. This is far from a fairy tale – this research and development programme will come into effect in 2020. The aim is to train employees to pick up the right habits, via a process that is both visual and tactile.

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