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Spatial carrying out survey to determine future direction of cabin crew training needs

Posted 3 July 2018 · Add Comment

Spatial, a provider of cabin crew training simulators, is carrying out a survey to determine the next generation of cabin crew training needs.

 

The survey is open to anyone involved in the airline cabin crew training industry and covers virtual and augmented reality training equipment and computer and mobile based training as well as enhancements to traditional simulators such as Door Trainers, Cabin Service Trainers and Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainers.

The survey takes a maximum of 10 minutes to complete and respondents can enter a prize draw to win the latest Apple iPad.

Marc Van den Broucque, Managing Director at Spatial said: "Spatial is always focused on delivering continuous innovation to our clients and we are conducting this survey to gauge interest in our next generation of products. Our aim is to step beyond the hype of new technologies and focus on delivering products that offer clear benefits to our customers so that they in turn can make the skies a safer place for us all.”

 

 

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