The amount of data that represents the behavior of an aircraft in flight is very large. Even though traditional methods, such as lists, graphs and tables, provide reliable tools to analyze this information, it is sometimes difficult to grasp the meaning of a very large number of interrelated data, while performing investigations. Vision Flight Animation System offers an ideal tool to complement traditional data display methods. By computing flight data to reconstruct the reality of the flight, Vision makes the investigation process faster and easier.
The industry's leading flight animation system for flight data replay and accident investigation, Vision delivers compelling flight animations that increase effectiveness and penetration of vital information. Because they convey a much stronger sense of reality than graphs and words, Vision's advanced 3-D animations provide information that is easier to be understood and therefore remembered.
Animation of sequences can be played back in full, or key events can be captured in slides for inclusion in report or output on Industry Standard .avi files. Safety occurrences can be demonstrated visually to senior management, so that safety issues attain a high level of cognitive awareness and importance.
The reality of a flying aircraft!
Vision integrates the most sophisticated visualization tools for flight data animation and environment simulation, along with all the symbology required for complete instrument re-simulation. The flight is therefore reconstructed with a synchronized animated presentation of the instrumentation and graphical views of the flight path.
Vision's real-time animations also provide an understanding of how fast, or how slowly, an event took place, which is usually difficult to appreciate from plots of parameter listings.
Vision for pilot training
An efficient tool for pilot training, Vision can be used to teach good flying techniques ("gold standards"), such as approaches to a particular airport or runway, or to train pilots to recognize incident precursors (using the replay and analysis of actual incidents), and reinforce correct response techniques.