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Tipo: conferenceObject
Título: Using virtual reality in the training of security staff and evaluation of physical protection barriers in nuclear facilities
Autor(es): Augusto, Silas Cordeiro
Mol, Antonio Carlos de Abreu
Mol, Pedro C.
Sales, Douglas S.
Resumo: The physical security of facilities containing radioactive objects, an already important matter, now has a new aggravating factor: the existence of groups intending to obtain radioactive materials for the purpose of intentionally induce radioactive contamination incidents, as for example the explosion of dirty bombs in populated regions, damaging both people and environment. In this context, the physical security of such facilities must be reinforced so to reduce the possibilities of such incidents. This paper presents a adapted game engine used as a virtual reality system, enabling the modeling and simulation of scenarios of nuclear facilities containing radioactive objects. In these scenarios, the physical protection barriers, as fences and walls, are simulated along with vigilance screens. Using a computer network, several users can participate simultaneously in the simulation, being represented by avatars. Users can play the roles of both invaders and security staff. The invaders have as objective to surpass the facility’s physical protection barriers to steal radioactive objects and flee. The security staff have as objective to prevent and stop the theft of radioactive objects from the facility. The system can be used to analysis simulated scenarios and train vigilance/security staff. A test scenario was already developed and used, and the preliminary tests had satisfactory results, as they enabled the evaluation of the physical protection barriers of the virtual facility, and the training of those who participated in the simulations in the functions of a security staff.
Palavras-chave: Realidade Virtual
Instalações Nucleares
Segurança
Idioma: por
País: Brasil
Editor: Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear
Sigla da Instituição: IEN
Tipo de Acesso: openAccess
URI: http://carpedien.ien.gov.br:8080/handle/ien/2431
Data do documento: Set-2009
Aparece nas coleções:Desenvolvimento de Tecnologia para Sistemas Complexos - Trabalhos de Congresso



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