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GAA and Atyaf to offer distinctive AVR training solutions

Posted 15 July 2021 · Add Comment

Gulf Aviation Academy (GAA) has recently announced its partnership with Atyaf eSolutions, an information technology solutions and services provider, to offer Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) training solutions.

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Signed on June 22, 2021, the partnership aims to establish Bahrain as a leading AVR training hub in the region, by creating highly immersive solutions with maximum realism for the aviation sector, as well as other sectors.

 

Employing GAA’s aviation domain knowledge and experience combined with Atyaf eSolutions’ technological expertise and innovative team, this partnership offers custom AVR solutions to several sectors and establishes an online marketplace to offer a bouquet of general AVR courses.

 

GAA CEO Captain Dhaffer Al Abbasi said: “We are delighted to announce this collaboration with Atyaf eSolutions to offer AVR training solutions. We aim, through this partnership, to provide training in a safe and affordable manner using the latest technologies. This will certainly contribute to the expansion of the premium training services offered by the Academy and cement its leading global position in the aviation and logistics fields.”

 

Atyaf eSolutions chairman Ubaydli Ubaydli said: “It is a pleasure to sign this partnership agreement with one of the pioneering establishments in the field of training in Bahrain and the MENA region. The state-of-the-art training solutions and courses offered by GAA generates a valuable addition to institutions operating across several sectors aspiring to upgrade its staff’s performance utilising top-notch training programmes that employ the latest technologies.”

 

Ubaydli added: “Today, we are glad to be part of the Academy's continuous successes through this partnership, which will add new solutions and technologies in the field of training. This partnership aims to strengthen Bahrain's position as an advanced training centre in this region.”

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