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Challenges with Traditional Training Methods

In the critical field of power generation, traditional operator training has predominantly been classroom-based, relying heavily on comprehensive instructional manuals and diagrams. While effective to a certain extent, this approach is not without its limitations. Power plants are complex environments with continuous operational demands and stringent safety requirements. The physical and logistical constraints within these facilities often limit direct hands-on training, especially in sensitive or inaccessible areas. Additionally, traditional methods may fail to fully prepare operators for the unpredictable dynamics of real-world operations, posing risks to both safety and efficiency.

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