With today's advancement in technology, industrial process engineers are experiencing game-like virtual reality simulators to get trained for their jobs using virtual reality immersive training solution. This technology enables engineers and operators to see and safely interact with the plant and the processes they control. It combines virtual reality technologies with high-fidelity process and control simulation, computer-based maintenance and other applications to provide a highly realistic-and completely safe-training environment.
Just as flight simulators have taken the risk out of training exercises, virtual reality applications like VR-Magic provides engineers not just procedural information, but actual experiential learning. The virtual environment provides an experience to the operators, as if they are on site and provides a stable, realistic environment for practicing specific functions. Trainees get not only the knowledge, but also the skills to perform routine procedures as well as rarely performed volatile tasks such as plant shutdowns.