SimInsights exhibits HyperSkill at the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) Forum in Washington DC

Irvine, California, March 29 2023:  SimInsights representatives exhibited the HyperSkill platform at the annual Forum event organized by National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) at the Washington Hotel in DC March 25-28. The Forum event focuses on the success of workforce development efforts throughout the nation by providing useful and practical information focusing on innovative solutions.

Attendees lined up to speak with SimInsights representatives to learn about HyperSkill and receive live demonstrations. Workforce boards from almost every state in the US visited our booth as interest in VR training continues to grow to an all time high. As one of only two VR vendors exhibiting at this event, SimInsights provided demonstrations of training simulations for a variety of job roles including construction, healthcare, robotics and other fields.

Pictures from the event are available here.

The audience was delighted with the openness, innovative technology for rapid creation, and 10-100 times (not percent) lower price of HyperSkill, compared to other vendors. 

  • Open: HyperSkill is being used by customers who are creating their own training simulations. Unlike other vendors, HyperSkill is an open platform where simulations from many companies can be included. It is not a closed platform.  
  • Innovative: HyperSkill supports no-code creation, cross-platform delivery, asynchronous and synchronous learning, AI-powered learning and assessment. No other platform offers these innovative capabilities.
  • Agile: HyperSkill accelerates creation of new simulations by 10-100 times compared to coding using game engines. New content can be ready within days or weeks, instead of months. 

Other vendors charge as much as $5000 per headset each year. In contrast, HyperSkill edu pricing is $99 per site per month for UNLIMITED devices and users. Developed with R&D funding from the National Science Foundation, HyperSkill development is driven by a social impact mission to ensure that workforce boards can achieve substantially more in their region with limited WIOA funds.