DRIVERS ED FOR SELF-DRIVING
01 / REVOLUTIONARY
02 / EFFECTIVE
03 / INTUITIVE
Our patent pending simulator technology is uniquely immersive. It allows you to actively drive a real car in a virtual world. You see yourself interacting with the virtual, which is not typical of existing conventional simulators.
Because our simulator experience is so lifelike and the environment and surroundings are so natural, you can learn and experience ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and self-driving features in a safe way. Our interactive tutorial allows you to learn by doing.
While typical simulators utilize unfamiliar gaming controls, our simulator leverages an actual car drivers are already familiar with. Our simulator is intuitive to novice and experienced drivers alike.
Rocket science might sound scary, but it is governed by equations. Similarly self-driving is bringing us a means of transportation where accidents will belong to the past. Human Factors can however NOT be put into equations and the adoption of self-driving technology by people, young and old will be the ultimate 21st century challenge. Our engineers, Human Factors experts and Mobility professionals are developing state of the art driving simulators to train/re-train drivers to this new technology.
Our patent pending ultra-realistic simulators allow you to test drive a car and learn its many capabilities safely while it is parked. Novice drivers can experience ADAS safely from their driving school. Veteran drivers in the market for a new car can learn about self-driving features through a Virtual Reality drive, right from the show room. We believe there is no better way to learn than by trying things out. We offer you an ultra-realistic simulator where learning is made safe.
Current research tells us of that the number one customer complaint when driving a new semi-autonomous car is experiencing confusion when using "auto-pilot" features. Consequently as more and more semi-autonomous features continue to be incorporated into new cars, the learning curve for the driver will continue to increase. This situation requires continuing education and training in order to mitigate the associated dangers and risks with testing new semi-autonomous features while driving in a real-life situation.