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Reinforcing nuclear safety with virtual reality: the ITER case study

In a context where nuclear safety is a major concern, the integration of new technologies is of paramount importance to reinforce risk prevention and ensure the safety of installations. Technological advances, such as virtual reality, offer invaluable tools for simulating, analysing and anticipating potential scenarios, helping to ensure safe working conditions for employees in charge of high-risk projects.

Our e-book explores how virtual reality (VR) is emerging as a key lever for enhancing nuclear safety at ITER.  

Discover how this technology offers innovative solutions for simulating, optimising and securing nuclear operations.

Contents of the e-book :

- Presentation of the major challenges facing the nuclear industry in terms of safety and competitiveness, and how VR meets these challenges.

- The reasons why virtual reality has become an indispensable tool in the nuclear sector, with concrete examples from projects such as ITER.

- The tangible benefits of using VR in the nuclear sector, from training and emergency preparedness to reactor design and plant decommissioning.

- ITER case study 


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