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Cummins Middle East inspires Emirati students with one-on-one generator set simulator game

Author : Qijing Date : 2015-7-6 9:46:35
Cummins’ participation as an exhibitor at the Emirates Skills National Competition (ESNC) in Abu Dhabi this year featured a specially designed interactive game for students. Pitching two players against each other at different levels, the aim of the game was to use generator sets to power individual users in a simulated area.

Emirati CompetitionThe Emirates Skills National Competition (ESNC), organized by the Abu Dhabi Center for Technical & Vocational Education and Training (ACTVET), provides an opportunity for Emirati students to showcase their talent. The competition aims to inspire young Emiratis to take up new skills and build a career in technical and vocational trades. This year’s competition was held on April 28-30 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), and the winning students qualified to participate in the 2015 WorldSkills Competition, scheduled for August 11-16 in São Paulo, Brazil.

This year’s simulator game was a step-development from last year’s single-player version. Developing the two-player version was the work of a team of Cummins Middle East trainees and employees: Yaseen Al-Tajer, Sivakumar Ukkirapandian, Yazan Abu Khdair, Sonia A Soares, Rana El-Khouly, Anisha George and Haroon Khalil. They created an impressive educational model that was fun to play. Students from ages 12 to 20 tried their hand at the game, while displays of an engine model and an alternator cross-section added to visitors’ general understanding of generator sets.

Cummins’ activities at the event were appreciated not only by students but by their teachers too. The generator set game helped Emirati students acquire new knowledge, gave them exposure to Cummins products, and stimulated their interest in power industry careers. A Gulf News article on the event shows one of the students playing the game model.