Mon, Apr 11, 2011
Many people have been putting some serious brain power to work
in order to conceive of ideas that might help to improve, even
revolutionize, the flight training experience. One of the resulting
efforts is called Flyvie. Using video recording technology, in
concert with specialized software and GPS positioning, Flyvie
offers some intriguing possibilities to make the flight training
experience more valuable... in retrospect.
The Flyvie Pro Flight Recorder improves instruction on the
ground, in the air and after landing. The concept starts by
briefing student pilots before training flights using pre-recorded
Flyvie lessons. Next, participants record the actual flight,
capturing the pilot's view and instrument panel videostreams, GPS
and cockpit audio.
Thereafter, on the ground, the instructor and student download
flight information to the Flyvie website where debriefing can
begin, with moment by moment instruction, critique and detail.
Instructors can even tag specific points of interest for students
to review on their own time.
The folks behind the Flyvie program claim that Flyvie gives
instructors the best tool for faster, more effective training
sessions. As an instruction aid, Flyvie can increase the quality of
briefing and debriefing time with your student.
Flyvie also enables your students to spend more time studying
their flight performances from the ground on their own time, so
they progress more rapidly, feel more confident and get more out of
each training flight.
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