How your CDL school can benefit from simulator training with ATS patented motion training

“What sold Georgia Driving Academy on the TransMaster™Plus simulator was that the technology was so advanced compared to other similar simulators being offered on the market . . . “

Here are four patented features of the TransMasterPlus simulator that makes ATS the very best simulator for driver school training.

  1. Advanced screen views provide changing scenarios of traffic and weather. Students are taught the proper response to events too rare or too dangerous to be included in behind-the-wheel instruction i.e. a steering tire blowout or an unexpected patch of black ice.
  2. A hyper-realistic, 360-degree virtual reality-based program combines realistic feedback and sensation.
  3. A TransMaster™ shifting unit implements dynamically correct on-set cues, force-feedback steering and harmonic transducers with 1080p high definition visual arrays.
  4. The patented motion detection allows for ultra-realistic haptic feedback which makes it real and avoids motion sickness that other simulators produce.

These four features add up to the most realistic simulator training involvement possible for the student. All the senses are engaged to emulate a real road experience. The only thing missing is the danger of the road and the initial stress that can come with real truck training.

Less stress on the student: The ATS simulator analyzes the unique physical characteristics of the student. These include increased pulse or heart rate, excess sweat and overall anxiousness. These biometrics help the student and coach pinpoint areas of stress so the student can practice the conditions that triggered the stress until the student is relaxed and competent.

One coach oversees multiple students: The stress biometrics of each driver is measured and communicated to the instructor with a light on the back of the simulator. This way one instructor can monitor an entire room of drivers. Red says the student is under stress and training should be stopped. Yellow indicates difficulty. Green means no negative issues.

SAS motion managed: Simulator Adaptive Syndrome is caused by the lag time between the driver performing a function and the function being carried out. The result can be headaches or motion sickness for the student. In the past, it has been a problem for simulators. But today, ATS motion has solved the problem by greatly reducing/eliminating SAS. Feedback and statistics indicates that ATS’s Motion is superior in managing SAS compared to other simulators.

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Contact ATS today to learn how our simulators with built-in scenario training can help make your drivers more efficient and safe on the roads.