Simulator gets closer to reality
London based XPI Simulation has released new training software which closes the gap between its XP300 road safety simulator and its driver training simulator.
The latest software includes motorway driving in fog, children running across the road near a school and encountering a cyclist overtaking parked cars.
XP300 is a low cost driving simulator specifically designed to raise the interest and awareness of road safety issues. It is an easily transportable desktop system for 12 to 18 year-olds and is designed to improve retention of road safety lessons. Road safety professionals are encouraged to submit ideas and requests for specific hazards as part of the continuous improvement policy.
Alan Davenport, XPI’s marketing director, said: “We receive excellent ideas for new exercises and naturally they are getting more sophisticated. Being able to show realistic movement of people and wavering cyclists makes it possible for pre-drivers to experience some of the more dangerous situations which would not be possible to prepare for on the road.”
For more information contact Alan Davenport on 020 3044 2099 or marketing @xpisimulation.com, or visit: http://www.xpisimulation.com