With VR-1, pilots can train with perfect vision.
Tobias Olsson, Head of Tactical Simulation and Visualisation, SAAB AB
Fighter pilots can now see every detail, near and far.
As Head of Tactical Simulations and Visualizations at Saab AB, Tobias Olsson knows how important it is for pilots to be able to see what’s happening around them. They need to see the tiny text on switches in the cockpit, aircraft far off on the horizon, and everything in between. Thanks to VR-1, pilots can effectively and realistically train in VR for the first time ever.
VR-1 marks a new era in pilot training at Saab.
1. To be a pilot, you need perfect vision. That same level of clarity is necessary when training. For the first time ever, the human-eye resolution of VR-1 makes it possible for pilots to accurately read the tiniest text on cockpit instruments and identify objects far off in the distance when training in VR.
2. 20/20 Eye Tracker™ is the most powerful eye tracking technology ever integrated into a VR device. Saab pilots can use 20/20 Eye Tracker™ to accurately analyze a pilot’s eye movements as they train in human-eye resolution VR.
3. Traditional flight simulators are large, expensive and immobile. VR-1 can be quickly and easily deployed to any location, allowing multiple pilots to train when and where needed.