Understanding Spatial Disorientation makes flying safer
A new VR system was put into use at the Center for Man in Aviation (CMA). The VR system will be used for loadmaster selection and night vision training. A great example of the cooperation between the CMA departments LBP and OTT, together with MultiSIM BV.
Holst Centre and AEOLUS have been developing a flight-sensing shirt that has the potential to increase mission success by keeping pilots safe.
Collins Aerospace expanding F-35 and CH-47F support for the Royal Netherlands Air Force
AEOLUS was present on the Aerospace Medical Association annual scientific meeting at Reno (US).
Official opening Pilot Readiness Center at Soesterberg, NL
Research and development of a VR simulator of the PC-7 aircraft for research on the student's learning ability. Measuring flight performance, visual behavior and cognitive load.
Development of a mobile F-35 simulator environment for hypoxia awareness training
Fruitful meeting at I/ITSEC between TNO (NL) and the US Navy Aeromedical Research Unit - Dayton (NAMRU-D) to explore cooperation on the motion simulators DESDEMONA (NL) and KRAKEN (US) and research on spatial disorientation (SD).
How do you prepare an athlete or military professional to perform in a challenging climate - high temperature, high humidity and solar radiation?