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VR streaming – the future of virtual reality

Immersive operator training based on virtual reality (VR), as opposed to classical learning methods, offers faster training and is a remarkable money-saver in the long run. Today we will investigate VR streaming, which is a possible solution for even large oil & gas companies to stay within budget and offer…

October 29, 2021
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Why is it important to recreate lessons learned in industrial plants?

An industrial plant is a challenging place to work. Although these facilities are carefully designed, incidents still occur from time to time. Everyone’s aim is to prevent accidents, but are plants doing enough? Keep on reading to find out.

October 15, 2021
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Why you should qualify your plant operators to operate columns in VR

To continue to function properly, units in industrial plants must undergo routine maintenance. Today, we are talking about the columns and why it is important to educate your operators on how to use them correctly.

September 28, 2021
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The New Digital Transformation Era of Industrial Plants

In a world where we can’t even function without technology, it was quite surprising to find that up until recently, industrial plants were mainly using old-fashioned training methods, e.g. reading or shadowing, for hands-on jobs. But how can someone really prepare for a highly hands-on job using just these outdated…

September 17, 2021
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Centralized Learning

Working in an industrial plant is a challenging career choice. With safety incidents occurring occasionally, it is extremely important for each worker to receive comprehensive training. The real question is how long it takes until the future of education relies on virtual reality entirely.

August 11, 2021
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Are your new operators really qualified to work in the field?

Industrial plants test skills and qualify their operators with various methods. Many of them conduct interview-type tests. Others use written examinations. But are these methods really effective? The short answer is no. Read why below:…

June 14, 2021
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