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Introducing PNX-ThinkReality VRX For Enterprise

PNX Labs and Lenovo have teamed up to deliver top-tier XR simulations to the enterprise sector. With a dedicated team that has deep expertise in sectors like Manufacturing, Automotive, Aerospace, Oil and Gas, and more, we offer unparalleled experience in crafting the finest XR solutions for training and engineering available in the market.

Our Industries

Automotive. Assembly, maintenance, quality control, safety, automation

Aerospace. Assembly, maintenance, quality control, safety, automation

Chemical Process Engieering. Production, Automation, quality control, maintenance, plastics and polymers, pharma

Retail, Transportation and Supply Chain. Sales training, warehouse management, pick and pack, machine operations

Oil and Gas. Extraction, maintenance, field operations, machine operations, safety

Renewable Energy. Installation, maintenance, surveying, safety

Metal Manufacturing. Machining, casting, pressing, die tools, welding

Cement and Construcion. Production, analysis, machine operation

Food and Biotech. Production, quality control, machine operations, experimentation

PNX Industrial Expertise Since its founding in 2017, PNX Labs has earned global recognition for its distinctive expertise in the manufacturing and industrial sectors. With a team composed entirely of developers and managers who boast experience in critical industries such as Automotive, Aerospace, Retail, Oil and Gas, Mining, Chemistry, Food, Biotech, and more, PNX Labs stands out as a premier partner for XR solutions. The company not only brings exceptional software development skills to the table but also an in-depth understanding of industry workings, specific training requirements, and process optimizations. The management team at PNX Labs has a storied history of contributions to multinational giants like General Motors, Tesla, Lucid Motors, Nemak, Metalsa, General Electric, CEMEX, and Pemex, underpinning the firm's rich industry knowledge and innovative prowess.

Extensive research has demonstrated that XR training improves retention and learning outcomes plus reduces workplace injuries

VR training has a retention rate of 75%, more than lectures (5%), reading (10%), or A/V learning (20%).[1]

Organizations saw up to a 43% reduction in workplace injuries after implementing VR training.[2]

[1] FinancesOnline, “74 Virtual Reality Statistics You Must Know in 2023: Adoption, Usage and Market Share,” October 2023

[2] 2 EnterpriseAppsToday, “80+ Virtual Reality Statistics 2022,” May 2022

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Elevating Cement Production Training through VR Technology: The Cemex Initiative

A 20 million euro lab on a VR headset

In an industry where precision is vital and mistakes come at a high price, advancing training methodologies is not just a luxury, but a necessity. Recognizing the potential to curb error rates and streamline the learning curve for production engineers, Cemex, a titan in the cement production and construction materials sector, has pioneered a transformative approach to training with its VR Training Program for Cement Production.

Virtual Reality: The Future of Training

The VR training program was meticulously crafted by PNX Labs, with the ambitious goal of honing the skills of over 4,000 engineers responsible for cement production at Cemex. Embarking on this initiative in December 2022, it was conceived to be a comprehensive training approach, encompassing a broad spectrum of crucial areas in cement production, from mixture preparation to the final stages of packaging.

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Accumulation of Scrap Metal in Die Tools

When it comes to the automotive industry, precision, efficiency, and cost savings are paramount. Manufacturers continuously look for ways to optimize processes and reduce waste. One such Tier 1 manufacturer leading the charge in innovation is Metalsa Mexico. Recognizing a significant challenge in their production process, Metalsa sought to address the issue of scrap metal accumulation in their die tools. The solution? A collaboration with PNX Labs to develop a revolutionary die tool scrap simulation.

The Challenge: Accumulation of Scrap Metal in Die Tools

In any manufacturing setting, waste can be both a financial drain and a hindrance to production efficiency. Metalsa's unique issue lay in the die tools, a fundamental component in the manufacturing process. Over time, scrap metal builds up in these tools, potentially causing operational hiccups, downtimes, and even damages.

Existing processes and solutions in the market fell short of addressing this issue comprehensively. While general simulations and predictive analyses are available, none could accurately foretell the buildup of scrap metal within the confines of the die tools. This lack of precision not only hindered preventative measures but also led to substantial financial losses.

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