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Virtual Reality (VR) has extremely used a vast range of visualization tools that can be utilized by geoscientists, engineers, and other asset teams to enhance and speed up oil and gas exploration, drilling, and production. New emerging VR Centers (VRC) can be customized into fit-for-purpose solutions offering operational integration for all asset teams from the rig to the office, and even from office to office.
A reasonable expectation is that a large-scale visualization capability integrated in a VRC reduces project costs and field errors at least by 20%. Return on investment has typically been shown to be less than one year.
Very powerful large-scale 3D collaborative viewing rooms (VRC) provide a fully immersive space completely surrounding the interpreters with their data and show large amounts of data – typically over Mega pixels – on large or curved screens at the same time. The facilities allow multi-disciplinary teams to effectively visualize and evaluate geophysical data for Oil and Gas E&P in 3D. CadCam Iran has been the pioneer of the Iranian market to build up the First and still the Sole Virtual Reality Center for NIOC (National Iranian Oil Company) located in NIOC Exploration Directorate.Virtual Reality (VR) is a professional tool for education, training and assessment of safety and security because any type of accident or disaster scenario can be simulated without being necessary to be created in the Real World. This special use of computer gaming technology is also known as Serious Gaming. A student assesses the incident, communicates with other team member and makes appropriate decisions for further or even collaborative assistance. The consequences of each decision become virtually visible in the virtual world and require new decisions. Since every dangerous situation can be simulated, the safe virtual exercises are very suitable to train deployment procedures, to plan incident management strategies and increase focus on the (personal) safety of incident response professionals. Repeatability of each scenario is another aspect of the technology which minimizes the costs of training.
VR for Safety and Security is the technique of simulating a three dimensional world using computer technology. The computer is used to create a virtual 3D scenario (e.g. a highway, a tunnel, an industrial site, city center etc.) using a series of 3D objects (e.g. vehicles, houses, trees, human beings etc.). Using a pointing device like a joystick you can move a camera through this 3D scenario, which will give you the feeling that you are part of the scene. In this virtual world you can walk, drive or fly around, open doors, enter buildings and have a look in and under all kinds of objects. CadCam Iran represents XVR Simulation B.V in Iran. All XVR products are developed by XVR Simulation BV. XVR is the best virtual reality training software for education, training and assessment of incident response safety professionals, such as police, fire and medical services.