What is your field of expertise?

Matthieu Bracchetti, founder and CEO, Virtual RangersMatthieu Bracchetti, founder and CEO, Virtual Rangers: “We specialise in creating virtual experiences, using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). We provide our technology and knowhow as a service to companies in a variety of sectors – industry, banking, healthcare, culture, etc. – that want to digitalise and innovate.”

Luxembourg is our showcase market that we have used to understand the needs and develop our offering.

What type of solutions do you provide to companies wanting to adopt an industry 4.0 approach?

“I have often seen VR being showcased as a fancy feature at trade fairs without any real use. Our vision has been to develop solutions that would really be implemented and bring added value to our clients. We provide training solutions based on VR and digital content to industrial companies used for teaching staff to handle highly specialised equipment to which access is limited, for instance, or to deal with really high-risk accidents such as a leakage in a steel mill. We also provide virtual marketing solutions making it possible for clients to discover new products in AR and view them from all angles in their own living room.”

How important is Luxembourg to you as a market?

“Luxembourg is our showcase market that we have used to understand the needs and develop our offering. After having implemented over 65 projects and trained more than 5,000 people since our start in 2017, we are now partnering with our first international customers. However, Luxembourg remains important. If you are innovative, people here push you and help you to reach your full potential. I would recommend anyone to set up a company here.”

Photo credit: Marie De Decker

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