Emergency Drill Training Simulation System

Emergency Drill Training Simulation System


The Esimtech oil and gas field drilling emergency drill virtual simulation platform builds and realizes the simulation of drilling drill scenarios, equipment and facilities, personnel conditions, environmental conditions, accident occurrence and development process, and personnel emergency response process using 3D simulation, 3D interaction, network communication, and other technologies.


Through this technology, it is possible to complete single-person and multi-person joint emergency response drills, simulate emergency response to common drilling accidents, and examine trainees' understanding of emergency response operations, emergency handling, task completion, and similar topics. The drill crew can utilize these evaluation criteria to teach emergency response and rescue skills.


The instructor terminal of the virtual simulation platform for conducting emergency drills in oil and gas fields offers management and editing of student information, emergency plans, drill plans, etc. It can also be modified with only one click to meet the needs of the drill content. Individual and team training results are given based on the trainees' training regimen, and specific explanations for point deductions can be questioned.


The system supports editing the drill plan, allowing users to choose between individual and team drill modes, specifying drill accident factors, and generating the drill process and assessment criteria based on those parameters. It supports teaching from several points, and the instructor terminal can be used to manage the computers taking part in the activity.


The system supports editing of the drill plan, selection of individual and team drill modes, setup of drill accident parameters, and generation of the drill process and assessment criteria based on parameter settings. The management of the computers taking part in the exercise can be accomplished through the instructor terminal, and it facilitates instruction at several points.


The training material is based on the industry's goal to implement training for rescue and escape, risk identification, emergency response, and emergency process simulation. The system allows multi-person collaborative drills, offers support for personnel training for different roles on the drilling site, and offers a comprehensive knowledge base for trainers to acquire and view pertinent knowledge in the practice mode.


The system can automatically collaborate with trainees to finish the drill project and enables role AI execution. The equipment can be operated using the interactive interface's rich details and positive user interaction. The multi-role information broadcast system evaluates the emergency response procedure and broadcasts the exercise process in real time. The simulation system makes use of CFD technology, which enables model calculations for phenomena like gas diffusion and flame combustion, and derives the accident process with plausible outcomes.