TRU Simulation introduces the Veris VR flight simulator with Varjo headset


TRU Simulation introduces the Veris VR flight simulator with Varjo headset

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TRU Simulation introduces the Veris VR flight simulator, promising more realistic and efficient pilot training.

FACTS

TRU Simulation introduced the Veris Virtual Reality Flight Simulator at the HAI Heli-Expo. It provides a cost-effective and innovative solution for helicopter and airplane pilot training.

Veris offers an all-electric 6-DOF platform that simulates the feel of real flight through motion and vibration. TRU’s proprietary REALFeel system and tactile cockpit panels provide the necessary haptic feedback and realistic pilot interaction with aircraft controls and avionics.

Search and rescue missions, smoke and fire, medical emergencies, offshore operations, night flights, cargo and long-haul flights, military and defense, and much more can be simulated in the VR environments. High-end VR headsets from Varjo are used, such as the Varjo XR-3, which has a resolution of 1,920 × 1,920 pixels per eye and offers a horizontal field of view of 115 degrees at a refresh rate of 90 Hz.

The Veris flight simulator is designed for full flight simulation and meets FAA Level 7 flight training device standards and EASA Level 3 flight training device standards. FAA and EASA certifications are in progress. Bell Training Academy will be the first customer to use the simulator for training on the Bell 505 helicopter later this year.

CONTEXT

Virtual reality and flight simulators are a perfect match

TRU Simulation’s Veris flight simulator is not the only advanced flight simulator using Virtual Reality. The US Federal Aviation Administration is already testing VR in pilot training, and Vrgineers and Lockheed Martin have jointly developed a Mixed Reality flight simulator for military training. This tiny flight simulator was also developed by Czech specialists.


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