EON Reality’s global expansion of Interactive Digital Centers to build global capacity in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality knowledge transfer is catching media’s attention in conjunction with the establishment of an IDC in Mexico. The announcement was covered by media such as CNN, Forbes, Bloomberg, and Mexican Media outlets, including El Universal, El Financiero, La Jornada and more. For more details see below.
Dan Lejerskar, Chairman of EON Reality, during his Bloomberg Live TV interview announcing the EON Reality Mexican Interactive Digital Center.
The investment for the State of Mexico is initial, notes company president; specializing in virtual reality company has customers such as Exxon and BP. EON Reality, virtual reality company, invested 20 million dollars in its technology center located in the State of Mexico.
In a few years, Virtual reality and augmented will be the tools that allow, human beings improve their ability to work and how they learn, “so it is necessary to invest in this sector and in countries with great opportunities as Mexico,” said the president of EON Reality, Dan Lejerskar.
With an initial investment of 20 million dollars, the company EON Reality installed a Virtual Reality technology center in Mexico, which will open its doors in the third quarter. In an interview with MILENIO, Dan Lejerskar, president and CEO of the company, said that the center consists of four components: a school, a factory, a distribution platform and broadcast.
Virtual reality is the next technological breakthrough. Large companies are already working to avoid running out of the next big innovation. EON Reality announced the creation of the first center in Latin America development of virtual reality technology to be located in Mexico.
EON Reality Monday announced an investment of 20 million dollars to build the first development center of virtual reality in the country, which will be located in the State of Mexico. “EON announces a hub for Latin America, based in the State of Mexico, where apps will be developed in Spanish for the entire region, which will pick up the state in terms of virtual reality”, said Yann Froger, chief operating officer of EON reality.
The company EON Reality introduced the draft development of its virtual reality center in the state of Mexico which will have an investment of 20 million dollars in its first stage.
The developer of virtual reality technology, EON Reality, will invest 20 million dollars in this state to build a regional plant, the first that will in Latin America. The first development center of virtual reality in Mexico is located in the municipality of Atizapan and in a first phase will generate at least 200 jobs. The hub will also feature a school dedicated to the training of new employees of EON Reality. The hub in the State of Mexico will develop applications in Spanish for Latin America.
EON Reality has decided to put in the State of Mexico one regional hub provided to cater from market needs here in Latin America, and well, this development center which opens today will be the gateway for that entity receives more high – tech companies, hence the presence this morning governor Eruviel Avila, who has raised his commitment to education and training of professionals who can work in firms forefront.
EON Reality, the world leader in Virtual Reality based knowledge transfer for industry, education, and edutainment, in partnership with The City of Tshwane announce the inauguration of EON Reality’s Tshwane Interactive Digital Center (IDC).
The City of Tshwane claims it will be home to the first virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) content training centre in continental Africa. California-based software company EON Reality is partnering with the city to launch the Tshwane Interactive Digital Centre (IDC), which aims to enhance the local business and investment environment while creating high-skilled, sustainable jobs.