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HOW TO SETUP A COMPETITION.


Posted Date: 2017-11-02 03:08:21
  GROUP   Register online and log into your account. Provide brief profile of yourself (optional but beneficial). Download available games of interest via your computer only or obtain same from appropriate institutional authority. Attached documents to assist you on how to use the application are a demo videos, facility drawings, linked images. Install the application by following instructions included in the downloaded zipped folder. Make appropriate payment and obtain your Activation codes 1 and 2. Form a team/group (maximum of 5 persons) from other registered users as a team lead. Administrator creates a competition. Indicate number of teams to participate. Play the games offline. Administrator enters obtained scores based on participating teams/groups for ranking purposes. Multiple rounds can be played and scores entered since ranking is cumulative. Administrator can distribute the score file in read only or editable format. It is also possible to download or print the final scores obtained.   INDIVIDUAL   Register online and log into your account. Provide brief profile of yourself (optional but beneficial). Download available games of interest via your computer only or obtain same from appropriate institutional authority. Attached documents to assist you on how to use the application are a demo videos, facility drawings, linked images. Install the application by following instructions included in the downloaded zipped folder. Make appropriate payment and obtain your Activation codes 1 and 2. Administrator creates a competition. Indicate number of players to participate. Play the games offline. Administrator enters obtained scores based on participating individuals for ranking purposes. Multiple rounds can be played and scores entered since ranking is cumulative. Administrator can distribute the score file in read only or editable format. It is also possible to download or print the final scores obtained.  
  Visit industrial games website and register with your details, if your school has been accepted to participate in the project. Visit your designated school registration department, e.g, computer lab as a team of five(5) students to carry out the following:   Pay your administrative fee (eg. =N=500.00 each). Obtain a designated team name based on your faculty, department and your year of study. Agree on a team leader. Obtain training/practise date from the project administrators.   Re-visit industrial games website where the team leader would use the assigned team name to create the team on the site linking up all the other team members who are registered. Visit your computer lab to practise based on your allotted practise time. If you need the application for private or personal practise, then meet the computer lab administrator for  more instructions on how to obtain the application as highlighted below:   Log into industrial games site. Make payment online. Visit your computer lab with your payment details and your laptop. Your user codes 1 and 2 would be generated for you based on your application of interest. Your activation codes 1 and 2 would be sent to you under 48hrs. Activate the application and start practising to enhance your skills.      

FUPRE PREPARES STUDENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL SECTOR JOBS.


Posted Date: 2018-07-16 12:34:36
Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE) has embarked on an industrial project in collaboration with Total Automation Concepts Ltd, an indigenous software company to ensure that students are prepared for the rigors of the industrial space when they graduate. This is as part of using the concept of gamification, the University organized a competition, a first of its kind in Nigeria, to keep students abreast of how certain industries operate. Gamification is the process of converting any real life process into a game such that it can be played and the user graded accordingly. See link ... https://guardian.ng/business-services/fupre-prepares-students-for-industrial-sector-jobs/

INDUSTRIAL GAMES PRESENTATION AT ADIPEC 2017.


Posted Date: 2018-07-16 12:55:31
Total Automation Concepts Ltd and Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun (FUPRE) presented the industrial games project at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference in 2017. See link for the paper ... https://www.onepetro.org/conference-paper/SPE-188623-MS
The second edition finals of the industrial games challenge took place at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Efurrun(FUPRE),Delta state on the 27th November,2019 and it was well attended by the staff and students. The department of Geology (College of Science) defeated the department of Mechanical Engineering (College of Engineering) while master Stanley.O.Ejike was the overall best student at the event. The applications utilized for this edition were the Refined Products Loading Depot (A1LD-2), Crude Oil Production Platform (A1PP-2) and Petroleum Refinery Plant (A1PRP-2). For the next edition (3rd) five institutions have been invited for the competition and we believe it would be quite interesting considering the impact the project would have on our students in terms of providing alternative recreational events that are educational.

INDUSTRIAL GAMES COURSE NOW ON UDEMY


Posted Date: 2020-04-29 01:49:23
In a bid to make the industrial games project much more accessible to everyone,a course has been made out of it. The key focus areas captured in the course posted on Udemy's online Learning Management Systems(LMS) platform are: 1. The crude oil production platform. 2. The petroleum refinery plant. 3. The petroleum products loading depot. The course captures all the operations within each of these facilities right from how the raw material or refined product enters the facility until it gets out. Instructional videos and actual application are provided to enable users to have a hands on experience of how these facilities work. The goal of the operator while utilizing the application would be to ensure that as much product as possible is either exported,refined or sold during the regular play time. Multiple challenges would attempt to prevent speedy commencement of product flow which directly affects total score generated. To access the course online at www.udemy.com, this link can be utilized, https://www.udemy.com/course/practical-industrial-process-gamification/ Multiple discounts are often offered to make the application much more available to those who can afford to pay the full price for the course.
Total Automation Concepts Ltd, organizers of the industrial games challenge, presently seeks the participationof ICT companies as well as operators in the upstream, midstream and downstream sector of the oil and gas industry to support Nigerian students in their bid to get ready for the world of work and entrepreneurship after graduation. Engr. Paul Ugoji, a representative of the company made this call at the third edition of the industrial games challenge finals which took place recently between the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun (FUPRE) and Delta State University (DELSU), both within Delta State. According to the company’s representative, the competition is part of a larger project which aims to provide students in tertiary institutions with the means of accessing industrially relevant practical applications that expose them to operations of major facilities, systems and processes using the concept of gamification and as such indirectly infuse some element of fun into what they study in school. He said that due to the on-going global pandemic, this edition of the industrial games challenge had to be conducted online so as to give students something academically beneficial that would keep them constructively occupied while at home. The main applications utilized for the competition were sourced by the participating institutions from the course titled, “Practical Industrial Process Gamification” which was published by Total Automation Concepts Ltd on Udemy, an online Learning Management Systems (LMS) platform. “The preliminary stages of the competition commenced from June, 2020 and ended July, 2020, with weekly Q&A sessions while the industrial games applications obtained from Udemy namely Alpha 1Loading Depot (A1LD-2),Alpha 1 Production Platform (A1PP-2) and Alpha 1 Petroleum Refinery Plant (A1PRP-2) were also incorporated at different intervals. “The top three (3) students from each institution were selected to participate in the finals after making it through the weekly preliminary rounds. After a keenly contested final, students of the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun namely, Rebecca Kiletei, James Oluwatosin and Theodore Bomi-Dore narrowly emerged winners of the competition with an average score of 79.3% (238 points)while the Delta State University students namely, Chijioke Joel Chinemelum, Ogheneyoma Victor Urhefe and Oghalezi Oluwaseun Israel took second position with 78.9% (235 points)” He stated. The team from FUPRE took home the top prize while the team representing DELSU got the prize forsecond position and during the weekly Q&A sessions, airtime credits of different ranges had been regularly distributed to the top three(3) students from both institutions before the just concluded finals Participants thanked the organisers for still being able to set up such an online event irrespective of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic considering the impact it would have on their technical and soft skills even before graduation. They equally wished that the competition can be sustained for more students to benefit from it just as they did. The next edition of the competition will take place next year, 2021 and more institutions are expected to participate in the competition, Interested institutions, students and sponsors who are willing to participate in the next edition of the competition can reach the organiser through info@industrialgames.net for more information.