Airline maintenance workers are not the only Philippines employees using Virtual Reality for training, as recently Philippine Airlines started using VR to train its cabin crew as well, using hardware from NEC.
“Their system creates a virtual model of the Airbus 320 and Airbus 321 model aircraft and then allows crew members to learn the safety procedures for the operation of emergency exit doors. According to the airline this is a highly effective system as it allows employees to be trained remotely and hence is cheaper. It also reduces down time for the aircraft and is in fact much safer than practicing within a real airplane.
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