25 - 28 November, 2019 | Singapore

Scott McMillan

Safety Manager, Technology and Innovation Melbourne Water

Scott McMillan has a trade background as an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician. He has specialised in the advanced water treatment which has taken him to remote workplaces like Antarctica. Scott now works for Melbourne Water and focuses on finding and investing in new technologies like Virtual Reality, which can be used to increase the safety of the industry.

Agenda Day 1

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

Agenda Day 2

Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

9:50 AM Melbourne Water Case Study: Sewer Walk Simulator – A Fully Immersive Training System

Asset engineers that are in charge of designing sewer and underground assets are never given the opportunity to actually see what it’s like to work underground. Traditional training methods do not give people the understanding of the hazards of working in the sewer network. As such, Melbourne Water has developed a Sewer Walk Simulator, in which users can be lowered into a virtual sewer to walk, see, hear, feel, and even smell what it’s like to be in their sewer network.
  • Understanding how the simulator is used to help users in identifying potential hazards of the environment
  • Utilising a randomised system and different emergency scenarios for training different users
  • Overcoming risks in adoption as well as challenges and barriers in building the simulator

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Scott.

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