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Development of a virtual reality system for training in nuclear security

Hanai, Tasuku; Yamaguchi, Yasuo

The Integrated Support Center for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security (ISCN), under the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), has been doing activities, since its establishment, that contribute to the strengthening of nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear security. ISCN is providing training courses for the purpose of capacity-building assistance through human-resource development. ISCN has a Virtual Reality (VR) System specifically for training in nuclear security. The course is specifically for trainees who have had few experiences in nuclear security. Trainees can see the nuclear physical-protection (PP) system of a nuclear power station in virtual space and learn how it works. ISCN has also been preparing another training course that will be for operators in Central Alarm Stations (CAS). Trainees will be able to brush up their skills through simulation exercises against enforced entry.



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