Simulators Virtual Reality (SRV)

Simulation using Virtual Reality (VR) combines the power of classic simulation with the immersive experience of 360-degree vision that VR glasses provide.

Learning is notably reinforced by the realism of the experience, which has a very positive influence on the creation of work habits and the acquisition of trained skills.

Advantages

The cost of learning is comparatively reduced with traditional methods based on REAL EXPERIENCE.

The risks are reduced to zero in the learning of routines in aggressive, dangerous environments or even accidents and catastrophes.

Non-existent training situations can occur in real situations.
Students and workers can approach parts of learning autonomously or with less need for direct supervision.

Training and coaching can take place anywhere, regardless of the actual environment in which the a

Specific simulators for military training.

VIRTUAL AIR SIM specializes in VR simulators for military pilots.

Our previous experience in the use and research in the conjunction of complementary technologies, allows us to offer a wide catalog of military simulators and complementary services for the configuration of photo-realistic landscapes, inclusion of objects such as vehicles, buildings, creation of environments and joint missions, etc.

Cabin Simulator
Fighter aircraft simulator

Military

Manufacturer’s designation:

Mc Donnell Douglas EF-18 Hornet

Mission: Stealth

First fly: november 1978

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Mc Donnell Douglas

Manufacturer’s designation: Eurofighter Typhoon

Mission: Stealth

First flight: march 1994

Country of origin:Multinational

Producer: Eurofighter GmbH

Manufacturer’s designation: Pilatus PC-21

Mission: Trainning

First flight: july 2002

Country of origin: Swiss

Producer: Pilatus Aircraft

Manufacturer’s designation: Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master

Mission: Advanced training

First flight: july 2004

Country of origin: Italy

Producer: Leonardo

Manufacturer’s designation: Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

Mission: Stealth fighter

First flight: ddecember  2006

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Lockheed Martin

Manufacturer’s designation: CASA C-101 Aviojet

Mission: Advanced training and light attack

First flight: june 1977

Country of origin: Spain

Producer: CASA

Manufacturer’s designation: Airbus A400M Atlas

Mission: Transport

First flight: december 2009

Country of origin: Europe

Producer:  Airbus

Manufacturer’s designation: Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma

Mission: Search and rescue

First flight: september 1978

Country of origin: Europe

Producer: Mc Donnell Douglas

Civil / General Aviation

Manufacturer’s designation:

Bombardier 215/415

Mission: fire

First fly: 1993

Country of origin: Canada

Producer: Canadier / Bombardier Aerospace

Manufacturer’s designation:

Boeing 737

First fly: april 1967

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Boeinghttps://www.boeing.com/

Manufacturer’s designation:

Boeing 747

First fly: february 1969

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Boeing

Manufacturer’s designation:

Boeing 777

First fly: june 1994

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Boeing

Manufacturer’s designation:

Boeing 787

First fly: december 2009

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Boeing

Manufacturer’s designation:

Airbus 320

Mission: Stealth

First fly: february 1987

Country of origin: Europe

Producer: Airbus

Manufacturer’s designation:

Cessna 182 Skylane

First fly: 1956

Country of origin: EE.UU.

Producer: Cessna

Manufacturer’s designation:

EC135

First fly: 1994

Country of origin: Europe

Producer: Airbus

Approximate prices

# Service Price
1 Development of estimates $1000
2 Creating a 3d layout of the working area $1500
3 Seismic documentation $500
4 Operation manual $200

The virtual simulation that your company or school needs, just imagine it