In collaboration with other educational centres and promoted by the Vice-Ministry of Vocational Training







VR Magister Company


The main objective of this project is the creation and validation of VR content related to the repair and maintenance of electric vehicles, applying collaborative work between the company VRMagister and the public centres CIFP Meka LHII and CIFP Don Bosco LHII.

The incorporation of electric vehicles changes the routines of workshops, but also the risk associated with electricity, an invisible but ever-present risk, must be taken into account, both by workshop professionals and by professionals who attend an accident: fire brigades, health services, security forces and bodies or roadside assistance.

If we look at this risk from the point of view of training our students, the risk of handling high voltages is multiplied. The need to have learning platforms that reduce risks without the possibility of deleting the contents, leads us to the use of VR type technologies. 

Virtual Reality, based on the creation of realistic virtual environments, makes it possible to acquire practical training and obtain in-depth knowledge in a risk-free environment. Based on the virtual recreation of the physical world (photorealistic 3D scenarios and elements) and the use of 360º images and videos, Virtual Reality creates immersive environments that allow for risk-free practice without consuming materials, improving efficiency, increasing retention, motivation and learning capacity. 

Environments and challenges are scalable and upgradeable to adapt to changing protocols and new needs and allow for immediate and accessible self-assessment by both learners and instructors to track the entire learning process. Immersive experiences stimulate motivation and increase engagement.

The VR simulation will allow the development of practical training for professionals: interpreting plans and electrical diagrams of electric and/or hybrid vehicles, learning how the High Voltage system works and how to carry out a safety commissioning, learning about the Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to be used, practicing the procedure to safely remove the battery after the safety commissioning, practicing the procedure to store and pack the battery after its removal and the protocol and preparation for its transport. 

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