Vapor Recovery Unit
A Fortune 500 refinery operator is transforming how they deliver MRO training for their vapor recovery units in their downstream terminals — including OIP functions and multiple safety/alarm scenarios. They can lead multi-person training sessions with remote SMEs in real-time and capture a wealth of learning data that can be integrated into their LMS.
Students in the School of Engineering and Construction Technologies at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology learn how to tear down and rebuild a Cummins diesel engine in virtual reality. This VR module provides students with unlimited learning practice and the ability to interact with over 600 detailed parts in ways that aren’t possible in the real-world.
Students in the School of Engineering and Construction Technologies at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology can learn how a gas compression skid works in virtual reality. This VR module provides students with unlimited learning practice beyond their hands-on equipment training to improve their knowledge and task proficiency.
A Fortune 500 refinery operator is transforming safety training for their terminal drivers who are responsible for loading fuel into their tanker trucks. Using VR to simulate safe rack loading procedures and various safety scenarios such as scully out, dome out and explosion response enhances the safety of their workers and terminal operations.
Two major midstream gas companies wanted a more efficient/safe way to train workers to operate and maintain their gas compression skids utilizing CAT 3600 series diesel engines and Ariel compressors. A VR module was created to simulate startup, loading, and shut down procedures, along with LOTO, valve replacement, preventive maintenance audits, and more.