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TTC Virtual Reality Road Safety App

18th June 2018

A new virtual reality road safety app. Road safety specialist TTC Group teams up with Gooii Nottingham.

This new VR road safety app invites users to experience various UK roads and identify the correct speed limits. Speed limits also change depending on the driver’s vehicle, with feedback and scoring system to gamify the experience. The app will target public sector organisations and businesses that are looking for an alternative training option that saves time. The app provides a safe, cost effective solution that drivers can complete without the need to be on the road.

We created a Speed Recognition programme whereby drivers are parachuted onto any type of road. Drivers can then determine the speed limit in the absence of any speed limit signs.  When attending speed awareness courses, regular feedback from drivers is they didn’t know the speed limit. Signs were missed by drivers. This was TTC’s catalyst to bridge this knowledge gap with VR technology.

Both ourselves and TCC are passionate about innovating the way training is delivered through the use of technology. Andy Wheeler, business development director at TTC Group, said: “Drivers of cars, vans and goods vehicles will benefit from realistic training that is easy to undertake, quick to complete… all without leaving their place of work or home.”

Andy also had this to say about working with Gooii: “The Gooii team created the storyboard and project managed the build from start to finish. Deadlines were met, advice and guidance in how to maximise the technology was very forthcoming but above all project communications and pace of development were very impressive. Working with Gooii was a very positive experience and we’re already looking forward to our next module.”

TTC Speed Recognition VR has been developed for iOS and Android phones.