Character Animation drops cost in Oil & Gas Industry

RogerThat.laTM is helping the industry and its employees achieve optimum productivity faster while lowering the incidents of work-related injuries through innovative interactive animated training videos.

Most people People understand and retain technical information better through images rather than audio or text-based learning. After all, are more open to remember images than text,who wouldn’t they choose to are more open to watching something short and accurate over than reading something long and boring.? Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester research described it by saying, “ 1.8 Million Words -“That’s the value of one minute of video.”” says Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research.
The preference for video over text can People are be clearly seen in today’s growing consumption of videos over the internet. choosing video rather than text, that’s why we can see, more and more video on the internet nowadays. According to Google, in 2018, online videos will make up be the 84% of internet traffic.

Mounted on a Multi-Platform App, RogerThat.laTM allows employees to consume training videos at their desks or a mobile device, and be tested immediately before their ID card is granted access wirelessly.

Through animated training and safety apps, the company can bring employees to standard when new machinery or processes are deployed, at different learning milestones from their date of hire, or when unusual conditions arise.
The first goal main target is to avoid accidents”, Explains Marcos Luis Cevasco, CEO of RogerThat.laTM . “But, it turns out that preventing accidents through the RogerThat.laTM application also has great benefits in lower operating costs and increasing morale. It’s a win/win when keeping employees safe, helps reduce production costs and increased morale.”
Another exciting application of RogerThat.laTM and it’s multi-platform technology is the delivery of The next step for this solution is CheckList Protocols before starting any task or operation. Instead of using written forms that cannot provide supervision, RogerThat.laTM provides a 30-second animated video explanation, that ensures the operator follows a prescribed chronological sequence of operational checks and potentially answers critical questions that ensure understanding and cognitive condition.

The benefits of being “organized” are not limited to the oil and gas industries. RogerThat.laTM has already started deployments of its health and banking solutions, with similar success.

Industry solutions are designed with the assistance of industry experts and regulating authorities to ensure compliance and business benefits.
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