"GENBA": definition: noun:
the real place, the place where the actual work is done
now adopted in management terminology to mean the ‘workplace’ or the place where value is added
in manufacturing it usually refers to the shop or factory floor
What is GENBA to us?
It's the engine room of our business - our in-house, proprietary platform, which currently houses three key areas. Our mission is to build technology that makes training and interaction accessible to organizations and individuals across the globe.
DIGITAL LEARNING PLATFORM
Our Learning Management System (LMS) solution is underpinned by superior technology that truly supports the drive to a seamless transition into digital learning for an organization. Our platform is both modern and seamless but also highly functional. Allowing you as the client complete access to create courses and content.
Whether you are looking for a complete end to end solution where you feed us courses and we give you a complete platform built with all the content you require ready to deploy, or you need autonomy to create the course and content yourselves and a platform robust enough to do it, look no further.
Add to that state-of-the-art customizable analytics and learner management and you have the GENBA LMS.
The GENBA CLASSROOM is a fully functional virtual reality classroom that will allow your participants to enter a learning space from anywhere in the world. They will have twins of themselves in the environment and will be able to stand, sit, wave, talk, laugh and be in a space as if they where in a real room. With completely immersive 3D sound, there is no real difference between a real room and a virtual room.
With a screen to project from and share slides and documents, it matches a classroom. When you start being able to use virtual assets you can interact with, this becomes more than a classroom. This becomes something more.
FACTORY FLOOR PORTAL
A virtual skin that allows you to interact with a physical environment. Virtual Reality is all set to eliminate the barrier between the physical and virtual world in the upcoming years. VR tech has allowed industries to operate on supra-level i.e. enhancing the sales and profits by reducing the need for real-time human effort. One AR and VR application that businesses are happiest about includes improved manufacturing. AR has helped make user experience and results a whole lot better by impacting IoT, manufacturing, and supply chain management – the three important aspects around which manufacturing revolves.
Decrease downtime and provide on the job training, allowing single experts to cover more plants.
A clear understanding of physical problems allowing live real-time data for better, faster decisions.
Reduce travel time and related costs while making the most of white-collar headcount.