Crew Training - Operation of Emergency Exits

We offer innovative 3D and near realtime XRLearning solutions, which would increase trainee's engagement and knowledge retention. XR based solutions offer an unsurpassable level of realism and emotional immersion without requiring physical training mechanisms

Our solutions allow users to experience the situations that precede, characterize or follow security threats, building individual resilience and preparedness. These are designed to engage users and improve learning of threat prevention and response procedures

Our solutions overcome the limitations of current first responder live drills by providing 3D interactive simulations, which reproduce the intended emergency scenarios more realistically. Allow trainees to familiarize with procedural as well as emotional aspects of emergencies

Training programs would be available at anytime and at the time of trainee's convenience.

  • Familiarisation of Type-I and Type-III exits
  • Arming and Disarming operation of Type -I and Type-III doors

Value Proposition

Our subject matter expertise was leveraged to produce solutions that focused on the analysis of important factors in the design and evaluation of mobile and immersive cabin safety training.

The international and peer-reviewed publications suggested that applications with innovative and immersive (XR) technology based solutions are more engaging, less stressful, leading to an increased willingness to allocate the extra time needed to practice and achieve mastery.

It is cost effective than traditional training in many cases, and it provides a safe atmosphere for high-risk or physically dangerous events to be simulated.

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We Can Customize The Module

Can be tailored to meet client needs including customizing of key aspects of solutions

Environment (Aircraft, Galley, Equipment & Location, Malfunctions, Livery, Logos, External view)

User Feedback (visual, sound, voice feedback as per user’s actions, tailored debriefing and instructions) Additional Scenarios

Checklists and Procedures (actions to perform, sequences of actions, decision criteria)