ADS Show: Thales leans towards virtual training for military MRO

Léo Barnier
03/10/2018 | 517 words
ADS Show: Thales leans towards virtual training for military MRO
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Virtual reality is being used more and more often for training in all branches of industry and military MRO is no exception. Thales has just presented a virtual reality training tool, currently referred to in-house by the acronym VRT, at the ADS Show which was held at BA 106 in Bordeaux-Mérignac on 26th and 27th September.

A wireless portable equipment, the VRT is intended to be user-friendly and easy to deploy. It is based on a backpack, a virtual reality headset and two remote controls, which enable the operator (...)
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