And another bonus for allegorical innovation. The Crisis Management Training Project in Environmental Representative for Sensitive Industrial Sites led by Report One, Immersive Factory and Ecole des Mines was awarded a virtual Laval Prize.
This project was launched three years ago in partnership with American universities.
Two scenarios are developed: a fire on the cathedral of Albi and an attack on the school of mines.
Thanks to the Immersive Factory, the company of Tarn, the participants, and the firefighters in particular, were immersed in groups of 4 or 5 players in virtual reality. “For the cathedral, they had to decide how to evacuate the artworks, and to manage the people who were running,” the project designers explain.
All data from the exercises was collected by Report one, publisher of Tarn’s business intelligence solutions. They reproduced the exercise in graphic form. Crisis management and decision-making tools.
“The goal is to make the best decisions based on the urgency of the situation,” the company explains. This data also allows exercise designers to develop it according to training goals.
The third phase of the project has been completed. For the next stage, different partners have to find new partners. Other scenarios could already be developed.
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