Sometimes it is not possible to use the real environment for training. Perhaps it is too dangerous, too far away or just not available yet. Training in a virtual environment puts the student in a realistic computer-generated environment where they can interact with others, tour, and operate equipment. Technology Transfer Services can develop virtual environments to match your facilities and tasks.
Safe work on equipment requires removing the electrical and mechanical stored energy from the system. The system is isolated and identified by a lockout tagout process. In this interactive virtual environment, the worker will be directed to perform equipment isolation for work on a pumping system.
Combined Cycle Plant
The virtual environment simulates an actual combined cycle plant. Here, you can take a guided tour of a virtual combined cycle plant to learn about equipment functions and layout. This is an ideal way to learn the operation of a plant in combination with our eLearning series.
This virtual world simulates evacuation and security procedures for new personnel, training them in a customized environment. You may take a virtual tour of the environment or simulate hazardous scenarios from a pre-made list, allowing for better preparation for these situations.