OFF-THE-SHELF VR TRAINING PRODUCTS CATALOGUE
Ground operations VR Training modules library
If you look for maximum cost- effectiveness, you can purchase a number of off-the-shelf products without any customization. These modules are made on the basis of simplified scenarios, but at the same time they comply with the most basic and widely accepted industry standards and procedures. Purchase of the ready-made simplified scenarios is an opportunity to quickly start implementation of VR Training. Using the basic modules is suitable both for training the new specialists and for testing knowledge or optionally train the operating specialists. It should be noted that such simplified scenarios do not take into account specifics of your particular airport and typical individual requirements and regulations accepted in your particular company.
RAMP SAFETY BASICS
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AIRCRAFT MARSHALLING
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CHOCKING AND CONING
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GSE CONNECTION
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PASSENGER
BRIDGE
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AIRCRAFT DOORS
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CARGO
OPERATIONS
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AMBULIFT
OPERATIONS
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WATER
SERVICING
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TOILET
SERVICING
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AIRCRAFT
REFUELING
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PRE-FLIGHT
INSPECTIONS
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PUSHBACK
DRIVER
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PUSHBACK
MECHANIC
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SINGLE MAN
PUSHBACK
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APRON
DRIVING
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Standard features
Basic functions of each standard VR Training module includes three modes of the program operation:
1
Tutorial Mode
For quick introduction of control and features of the program.
2
Training Mode
Training simulation with a voice guide, set of graphical tips and a check list for step-by-step learning of the correct sequence of actions. You can stop the simulation or start it over at any time
3
Examination Mode
Simulation as similar to real life as possible without tips and voice guide. A trainee faces the set task independently, and has to perform all actions in accordance with the material learned. Upon completion of the examination, the program generates a report with a list of mistakes and a final score.
Learn From Your Mistakes.
An important feature of AVIAR simulations is that the program does not block the trainee's incorrect actions in the Examination Mode. Moreover, consequences of such incorrect actions correspond to those in the real life. It means that the trainees may first-hand experience what a certain error may lead to, and will try to avoid it in the future.