February 2021

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Editorial Comment: The tools advancing the HPI into the digital age

The HPI has been going through a digital transformation, increasingly adopting digital technologies to improve existing processes and structures to improve performance.

Nichols, Lee, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The HPI has been going through a digital transformation, increasingly adopting digital technologies to improve existing processes and structures to improve performance. The following is an overview of some of the many digital technologies being adopted by the HPI. Augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) Process industries are benefiting greatly from the adoption of AR/VR. These technologies enable plant personnel to better train new and seasoned engineers for various field work, emergency situations, plant disruptions and/or maintenance functions. Wearable AR headsets enable the user to view specific data on various pieces of equipment. This is done by projecting digital images on the headgear’

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