What is a simulator?
Today, the use of simulators is widely spread throughout the market. Fight simulators, for instance, allow the user to fly different aircraft under a large set of environment conditions and landscapes. Ideally, the user interacts with a real cockpit that moves according to the simulated dynamics of the aircraft. Moreover, a complete virtual world is created to provide out-the-window visualization. Training can be handled without allocating a real aircraft, consuming fuel, or putting lives at risk.
Mastering your business
For us at Adoca Technology, simulation means only one thing: mastering your business. Simulators can be used to train aircraft pilots, crane operators, surgeons, to ensure that your employees are well prepared to face real world situations, as well as to improve your knowledge about the business. This later advantage is often overlooked by stakeholders. Simulators can change the company culture, allowing, and at the same time, demanding a scientific vision of your business.
Therefore, instead of asking yourself “Should I develop a simulator?”, you should be asking “Do I want to master my business?”.
- Avoids the allocation of real equipment, reducing training costs.
- Changes the company culture, allowing you to master your business.
- Train simulator (Vale).
- Maritime simulator (Petrobras).