Operational insight and automation drives employee safety, productivity and efficiency, maximising performance and minimizing risk
Train Operators to Outperform
Our training portfolio encompasses operator training simulators which provide a unique, one-of-a-kind training experience for many of the crew across the plant.
A Leader in the Control Room, the Board Room, and in the Field
Operator Training Simulators (OTS) provide plant, field, and control room operators, as well as maintenance and HSE personnel with efficient knowledge transfer and skill development in a matter of months, rather than years. A relatively small investment in an OTS can save hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars.
Emulated Control Systems
Operator Training Simulator allows operators to train on a computer in an identical environment to the control room. In addition to high fidelity dynamic simulation, OTS emulates the controls for all major DSC providers.
First Principles Plant Model
The first principles dynamic simulation plant model reflects the operations and control responses of the actual plant. Operator Training Simulators tie together the Dynamic Simulation with the emulated controls system to provide safer operation while improving performance and productivity.
Reduce Startup and Commissioning Times
Operator Training Simulators effectively train operators for controls checkout and plant startup, reducing commissioning times significantly. These systems help ensure faster startup times, quicker recovery from process upsets with
Optimise Operational Procedures
Operators can manage a virtual control room through the use of a DYNSIM Dynamic Simulation model that replicates the plan responses. This provides trainees the opportunity to learn how to react appropriately when a similar situation occurs in the actual plant.
Process Engineers use dynamic simulation to validate designs, eliminate overdesign, and produce preliminary control strategies.
To drive operator effectiveness and agility, control room operators use dynamic simulation for controls checkout and operator training prior to startup.
A Plant Manager uses dynamic simulation to lower operating expenditures, reduce equipment damage, and increase process uptime.
An operator training simulator can become part of a corporate learning management system, ensuring the capture and transfer of best practices.
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