Air Force Uses Virtual Reality to Cut Pilot Training Time, CostOctober 5, 2018 | :
by Paul Szoldra
The U.S. Air Force trained and certified 13 pilots with virtual reality headsets in less than half the normal training time and at a fraction of the cost, according to Stephen Losey of Air Force Times.
The service’s inaugural class of Pilot Training Next began in April with 30 students. After four months of training with VR headsets — in place of traditional multi-million dollar simulators — along with artificial intelligence and advanced biometrics, just over a dozen students earned their wings.
The normal training pipeline typically takes about a year.
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