Simulation techniques are an essential tool, to allow learners and operators to develop hard and soft skills simultaneously. Emerging technologies in the field of sensory perception will improve training and emergency management. The combination with virtual reality technologies will allow the development of complex systems, more realistic, allowing an effective and targeted training. They will allow the monitoring of training sessions and the collection of useful data for the generation of a standardized, efficient and unambiguous practice of action. The Design takes on the role of facilitator and manager of the system constituted by the different actors, with the mission to design and indicate the guidelines for setting up an innovative simulation center.

SimCenter, guidelines to develop a medical simulation center

M. Bisson;S. Palmieri;A. Ianniello
2019

Abstract

Simulation techniques are an essential tool, to allow learners and operators to develop hard and soft skills simultaneously. Emerging technologies in the field of sensory perception will improve training and emergency management. The combination with virtual reality technologies will allow the development of complex systems, more realistic, allowing an effective and targeted training. They will allow the monitoring of training sessions and the collection of useful data for the generation of a standardized, efficient and unambiguous practice of action. The Design takes on the role of facilitator and manager of the system constituted by the different actors, with the mission to design and indicate the guidelines for setting up an innovative simulation center.
Pro-innovation: process, production, product
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simulazione medica, formazione, linee guida di progettazione, centro di simulazione, simulazione di rete
medical simulation, training, design guidelines, simulation center, simulation network
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