Mining industry proficiency through virtuality
There is a need for multidisciplinary expertise in the mining industry in the fields of mechanical, electrical, as well as automation engineering. KaiVi Virtual Mining Learning Environment was developed as a training environment for students in the engineering fields, where they could improve their proficiency in the mining industry regardless of time and space.
This gamified environment includes scenario-based teaching- and training exercises where the student gets to practice mining activities in different roles. KaiVi makes it possible to visualize the cause- and effect relationships in decision making of the mining activities, and of all things, enable doing this in a safe learning environment.
KaiVi – The Virtual Mining Learning Environment
01/06/2015 – 31/05/2018
943 350 €
Milla Hirvaskari / +358 40 571 6578
This project has showcased relevant results in improving and developing content in teaching that utilizes virtual and online methods. The learning environment improves the work-life skills as well as work-safety of students graduating from mining industries.