Bill Toti: Cubic Eyes ‘Immersive Learning’ for Emirates Airlines With Game-Based Training

Bill Toti
Bill Toti

Cubic Corp.‘s global defense business unit will develop a virtual aviation training system that uses game-based instruction and interactive tools for the cabin crew of Emirates Airlines.

Cubic said Monday training will be delivered via 3-D classroom stations and Web or mobile platforms to help the airline crew gain skills and knowledge on real-life challenges.

Bill Toti, president of Cubic Global Defense, noted that the combination of new instructional designs and video game technology works to provide immersive on-the-job learning for trainees.

Emirates Airlines will be the first commercial airline to use game-based instruction for training, Cubic said.

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