Practices in 3D Virtual Reality Simulator
Virtual Reality 3D Simulator
During our course you will have 3D Virtual Reality devices at your disposal, for your training and learning.
The demands of the competitive airline market require increasingly effective and efficient training methods and devices to prepare competent cabin crew members. To do this, we present you innovative 3D e-learning solutions that increase engagement and knowledge retention.
You will experience the training scenarios in the latest generation of virtual reality glasses and headsets and tablet-type mobile devices, which offer you a high level of realism and emotional immersion without the need for physical cabin trainers.
3D Virtual Campus
The combination of this multiplatform flightcrew training is more effective than traditional training materials to learn, retain and transfer knowledge, it is more efficient, it improves commitment and also factors such as personal strength as well as the perception of control over emergencies. It is very useful to avoid mistakes.
In addition, we have developed a virtual campus to reinforce online and remotely the contents during face-to-face classes, we offer you a flexible tool for studying and consolidating knowledge outside of school hours, where you can also schedule tutorials or answer questions with your instructors.
You will have 3D virtual reality simulation devices at your disposal, as well as during the course you will have a tablet that complements the virtual reality devices and will allow you to access previously exposed online content.
This is our training proposal in 3D Virtual Reality
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Emergency evacuation software provides an interactive virtual experience of a ground evacuation procedure that includes door opening and crowd control.
The Pre-Flight Check software provides an interactive virtual experience of the cockpit of an aircraft in which the user learns and tests the position and verification procedure of the emergency equipment on board.
A tutorial with interactive instructions allows users to become familiar with the Oculus Quest 2 controllers and how to move in the virtual environment and act on virtual objects.
Before boarding the aircraft, the user can familiarize himself and inspect the different equipment and elements in a virtual showroom.
During the experience, the user can interact with a virtual tablet within the environment. The virtual tablet contains the checklists and the user can mark each check as approved or not approved. On the initial checklist screen, the user can view the percentage of completion of the verification procedures for the 4 stowage areas.
After completing all the verification procedures, the user receives a final report on the errors and omissions made.
The state of the equipment is random in each execution of the software.