The vBrief next generation video training system delivers an enhanced solution for the training and sustainment of highly technical skills. Dynamic, engaging, self-paced training presentations replace traditional, 2D documents, and diagrams.
In an industry-wide first, pilots can see how flight maneuvers and procedures play out in real-time from both inside the flight deck and outside the aircraft. Previously, the only way for pilots to visualize the real-time flow of these procedures was through the memorization of written flows combined with the use of flat panel trainers, part task-trainers, or full flight simulators – an expensive and logistically difficult undertaking. vBrief effectively captures that experience, making it accessible on any handheld or desktop device, anywhere in the world, at any time.
The training itself is specifically designed to support the mindset typical of pilots: highly structured, direct, and technical. Each module is structured the same way. First, a real-time run-through of the procedure, which allows experienced pilots easy access to a quick review of previously learned material. Followed by a detailed breakdown of each procedure/maneuver, guiding pilots through the process. Incorporated throughout the modules are 2D and 3D visualizations designed to illustrate and identify the specific triggers, tasks, and division of duties of each procedure/maneuver, and give context for the position of the aircraft at each step. Each module ends with special considerations for each topic, which might include common errors or reasons to vary from the outlined procedure.
Although designed for flight crew training, by exploiting sophisticated 3D animations, dynamic 2D schematics, and live action segments, vBrief can be adapted to ANY technical training application. Highly focused on the client, it is an industry proven, elegant, and low risk solution with proven results that is currently being used by comercial airlines and the United States Airforce with a combined student base of over 14,000 learners.