The ProPilots company introduces a revolutionary focus to flying safety!
ProPilots - Expert in Emergency Training has united the sound knowledge and collected experience of aviation experts worldwide in an innovative concept. Safety recommendations, standards and documentation from manufacturers, authorities as well as safety organisations for example the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Int. Safety Teams, FAA, Airbus, Boeing, LBA and the EASA are, with the help of elaborate 3D animation technologies developed, visualised and combined into a product.
Thus skills, complex processes in and out of the cockpit can be learnt; directly, graphically and realistically, which is indispensable for calling up actions in real emergency situations, independent of which aircraft is being flown.
The visual realisation can not only be learnt and memorised more easily by every person but the specialist knowledge also remains for a lifetime. An unbeatable advantage for every pilot in order to call up and intuitively apply the vital confidence in handling in the cockpit in concrete emergency situations.
The motto "Use it or lose it"
The safety management system developed with renowned aviation companies and flying schools optimises the recurrent training and testing for pilots and aviation personnel in a targeted and logical way. A small error is often the catalyst for a disaster. The counter-measures to eliminate errors have been filed in innumerable documentations. You trust that the individual can call up this information at any time.
Theo safety culture has to have a greater effect on pilots, i.e. everyone has to be actively included in the safety system in order to regularly practise decisive behaviour and to learn from mistakes and information. Only then is flight safety credibly lived.
The ProPilots company has developed a reliable safety culture instrument for pilots, crews, flying schools and aviation companies to increase flight safety in a targeted way, sustainably and above all effectively.
”If you are looking for perfect safety, you will do well to sit on a fence and watch the birds; but if you really wish to learn, you must mount a machine and become acquainted with its tricks by actual trial”.
Wilbur Wright, aviation pioneer (1901)