VRflow: The most flexible and efficient procedure trainer. In one compact device.

VRflow

The most flexible and efficient procedure trainer

Current inventory

A320
B737 MAX
B737 NG
DA42
C172
T-17

VRflow is an interactive cockpit procedure trainer built on VR. Incorporating advanced learning technologies and interactive training scenarios, VRflow is an extremely efficient tool for both initial and recurring training for students as well as flight crew.

Flight crews will not only learn faster and remember better – VRflow features decision making training, which will improve pilot performance when most needed.

To read more about getting started with VR here.

Core features

Lets pilots train on their own
Self-contained, compact and portable device
Can be tailored to any aircraft and any procedure
Multi-crew functionality allows for remote collaborative training

VRflow simulates normal and emergency procedures for any aircraft with a “Learning” and “Exam” mode to either guide the student through the procedure or check if the student has memorized the procedure correctly. VRflow will give the student feedback on how well he/she has performed the procedure and show the time taken to complete the procedure.

VRflow is ideal for complex aircraft familiarization, e.g. for type ratings. The use of Virtual Reality improves procedure training in two ways:

  • COST: better learning means a higher chance of passing the check ride – whether it’s in a simulator or in the real aircraft. Passing first time means money saved.
  • SAFETY: knowledge retention has been proved to be better when learning with VR. This means the pilot will be better at remembering procedures – both on a daily basis and in those critical, rare emergencies.

Multi-crew capable

VRflow supports multi-crew aircraft. With VRflow, up to three people (captain, first officer and observer) can train together in the same, virtual cockpit without having to sit next to each other. All cockpit flows can be learned and trained with the proper roles of PF (pilot flying) and PM (pilot monitoring).

The use of VRflow’s multi-crew feature enables large cost savings on MCC courses and type ratings because much of the time spent in the big simulators on learning and training flows, can be done with VRflow.

Supported devices

VRflow runs on most commonly available virtual reality headsets, on Windows and iOS.

Current inventory

We currently offer VRflow for generic procedures on the following aircraft types:

A320

Our A320 cockpit procedure trainer is centered around an accurately modelled 3D model of the A320 cockpit. The cockpit responds and behaves like the real aircraft (including sounds, lights, screens etc.) to provide the user with a realistic training environment.

VRflow for Airbus A320 is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following Normal Procedures and Memory Items:

Normal Procedures:

  • Preliminary Cockpit Preparation
  • Cockpit Preparation 
  • Before Pushback or Start
  • At Start Clearance
  • Engine Start
  • After Start
  • Taxi
  • Before Takeoff
  • Takeoff and After Takeoff
  • Climb
  • Cruise
  • Descent Preparation
  • Descent
  • Aircraft Configuration for Approach 
  • After Landing
  • Parking
  • Securing Aircraft

Memory Items:

  • Loss of Braking
  • Emergency Descent
  • Stall Recovery
  • Stall Warning at Lift-Off
  • Unreliable Speed Indication
  • GPWS Cautions
  • (E)GPWS Warnings
  • TCAS Warnings
  • Windshear
  • Windshear Ahead

Other procedures or tailoring of procedures to operator specific procedures may be done upon request.

B737 MAX

Our B737 MAX cockpit procedure trainer is centered around an accurately modelled 3D model of the B737 NG cockpit, based on the x737 Project. The cockpit responds and behaves like the real aircraft (including sounds, lights, screens etc.) to provide the user with a realistic training environment.

Our B737 MAX cockpit procedure trainer is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following normal and non-normal procedures:

Normal Procedures:

  • Electrical Power Up
  • Preliminary Preflight
  • Preflight Procedure
  • Before Start Procedure
  • Pushback or Towing Procedure
  • Engine Start Procedure
  • Before Taxi Procedure
  • Before Takeoff Procedure
  • Takeoff Procedure
  • After Landing Procedure
  • Shutdown Procedure
  • Secure Procedure
  • Electrical Power Down

Non-normal procedures:

  • Loss of Pressurization
  • Engine Failure After V1
  • Rejected Takeoff

Other procedures or tailoring of procedures to operator specific procedures may be done upon request.

B737 NG

Our B737 NG cockpit procedure trainer is centered around an accurately modelled 3D model of the B737 NG cockpit, based on the x737 Project. The cockpit responds and behaves like the real aircraft (including sounds, lights, screens etc.) to provide the user with a realistic training environment.

Our B737 NG cockpit procedure trainer is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following normal and non-normal procedures:

Normal Procedures:

  • Electrical Power Up
  • Preliminary Preflight
  • Preflight Procedure
  • Before Start Procedure
  • Pushback or Towing Procedure
  • Engine Start Procedure
  • Before Taxi Procedure
  • Before Takeoff Procedure
  • Takeoff Procedure
  • After Landing Procedure
  • Shutdown Procedure
  • Secure Procedure
  • Electrical Power Down

Non-normal procedures:

  • Loss of Pressurization
  • Engine Failure After V1
  • Rejected Takeoff

Other procedures or tailoring of procedures to operator specific procedures may be done upon request.

DA42 (G1000)
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Our DA42 cockpit procedure trainer is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following normal and non-normal procedures:

Normal Procedures:

  • Check Before Engine Start
  • Engine Start Procedure
  • Check After Engine Start
  • Before Takeoff Check
  • Line Up Procedure
  • After Takeoff Procedure
  • Climb to Cruise Check
  • Descent/Approach Check
  • Final Check
  • After Landing Check

Emergency Procedures:

  • Engine Failure During Takeoff (engine 1 or 2)
  • Engine Failure, Engine Shutdown in Flight (engine 1 or 2)
  • Engine Restart
  • Manual Extension of Gear
  • Engine Fire on Ground or During Takeoff (engine 1 or 2)
  • Engine Fire in Flight (engine 1 or 2)
  • Electrical Fire on Ground
  • Electrical Fire in Flight
  • Cabin Smoke, Cabin Fire, above 10.000 ft
Other procedures or tailoring of procedures to operator specific procedures may be done upon request.

ATR 42/72-600

Our ATR 42/72-600 cockpit procedure trainer is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following normal and non-normal procedures.

Normal Procedures:

COMING SOON

Emergency Procedures:

COMING SOON

A330

Our A330 cockpit procedure trainer is based on generic OEM procedures. The procedures available include the following normal and non-normal procedures.

Normal Procedures:

COMING SOON

Emergency Procedures:

COMING SOON

Custom solutions

We create custom training applications for special customer needs. Below, you can see a few customer cases where we have created VR cockpit trainers for special aircraft types.

C172P
(Kingsky Flight Academy)
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We created this custom procedure trainer for Kingsky Flight Academy’s C172Ps that have been equipped with two EFIS instruments.

T-17 Supporter
(Royal Danish Air Force)
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VRpilot created VRflow for the T-17 trainer aircraft for the Royal Danish Air Force (RDAF). RDAF currently uses VRflow for basic training at the RDAF flying school at Karup Air Base, Denmark. Training scenarios include all normal and emergency procedures for the T-17, including special emergency scenarios such as ditching and bail-out.

Contact Dan Ulrich from our Sales Department on dau@vrpilot.aero for a quote to fulfill your training needs.

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