Alejandro Villarán is the Executive Director of Seabery in charge of SOLDAMATIC internationalization. We are very proud to present you the first application of our AUGMENTED TRAINING technology, designed to improve the training and qualification processes of professionals in different sectors, where allocating resources for real practice is expensive, dangerous, difficult, unsustainable.

During my 11 years of professional experience, working for Ernst&Young in IT consultancy, some of them working with public sector, I had the opportunity to know about the difficulties that public educational systems, including professional learning and vocational training, had to deal with, specially after the global economic crisis, where education budgets had to be cut, affecting directly to the quality of professionals being qualified by public training systems. The time of real practice, which results to be the most expensive part of the learning process, was continuosuly decreasing. As a direct consequence, different industries, demanding qualified employees, have been losing their confidence in public training models as they were not able to give them the professionals they are demanding to support their requirements.

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  1. April 16, 2013, 9:28 am   /  Reply

    We invite you to see a little advanced of our Augmented Training technology, and its first commercial application: SOLDAMATIC EDUCATIONAL AUGMENTED REALITY, the most advanced and competitive welding training technology worldwide. A welding real scene overlaid with virtual images, effects and sounds to allow the most realistic REAL TIME welding training experience, that help vocational training institutios and industry world wide train more people, in less time, better qualified, safer, reducing environmental impact, saving a lot of money and incentivating women participation in a traditionally male sector.


    It is just the first application of our Augmented Training technology, we are preparing amazing new products for sectors like medical training…can you imagine the possibilities?

  2. May 20, 2013, 9:41 am   /  Reply

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  3. Jorge Luis Tarazona
    June 10, 2013, 11:45 am   /  Reply

    Dear Alejandro,

    Could you please, send me a detailed information on regards this interesting welding training virtual simulator. I will appreciate your gently quotation of three entire modules and features as well.

    Thank you and kind regards,

    Jorge L. Tarazona.
    Welding Superintendent.
    ENI International resources – Iraq. BV.

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