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NAPCON develops new operator training game

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NAPCON Games Furnace has been added to the license-based NAPCON Games portfolio. The online played training game is targeted to operators and other industry professionals, who can enhance and test their skills in operating an industrial furnace anytime anywhere.

NAPCON’s gamified training tools can be combined with traditional operator training methods to maximise training benefits and improve operator training.

The NAPCON Games Furnace training game has several carefully designed features. Learning with the game is interactive, engaging and fun making training very effective. Sophisticated scoring systems and constant feedback enables the operators to track their progress and study their areas of improvement. Scoring systems give also the trainer a possibility to view areas of improvement and plan training accordingly. Modular architecture allows setting up an optimal training path with a series of tasks varying difficulty and scope. This enables operators of all levels to have challenging training sessions.

"We have several customers, who are in the progress of introducing NAPCON Games to their operator training. We have received feedback that these training games are a great way to train, especially for the younger generation and to recruit new operators", says Mika Neffling, Sales Manager, NAPCON Games, Neste Engineering Solutions.

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