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ARSOFT makes progress in the pilot development of training tools for the train drivers of Renfe

ARSOFT makes progress in the pilot development of training tools for the train drivers of Renfe

Renfe's accelerator, TrenLab, organized a session with the winning startups of the V TrenLab Call, including ARSOFT, to share the progress of the pilots being developed by each of them.

 

ARSOFT continues to work on the development of the pilot project for the improvement of training tools in the training of RENFE train drivers. Santiago González, CEO of ARSOFT, attended the last session organized by TrenLab to show the progress made in this project. It was an opportunity for all the startups that participated in this V Call to share their achievements so far.

In this context, ARSOFT's proposal includes the development of Virtual Reality simulators in which routes, cabs or places such as stations can be recreated, so that train drivers can train their skills and abilities in a safe environment, as well as reproduce as many times as desired different degraded service scenarios, which will mean a significant improvement in the learning curve.

The event also included a masterclass on personal branding given by journalist and entrepreneur Chema Nieto, which covered aspects such as the strategy to follow when developing a personal brand, the tools that can be used and the different types of content that reinforce a brand.

The day ended with a live recording of Nación Innovación, hosted by Chema Nieto. Under the title "TrenLab corner: discover the world of startups and innovation with Renfe", the heads of the different startups explained what each of the projects they are developing consists of and how important it is for them to be part of such an important project as Renfe.