ADVISOR Fidelity Analysis module provides a step by step approach for assessing the functional requirements of trainers and simulators based on training needs and performance objectives. It identifies visual, tactile, olfactory, affective and auditory sensory cues needed to practice tasks, within realistic environments, under preset conditions to attain the desired level of competency. In addition, ADVISOR takes into account elements within the virtual world and how users interact with each. Read brochure.
Features & Benefits
Training Device Analysis
Performance Objective Analysis
Learning Objective Analysis
Synthetic Elements Analysis
Sensory Cues Analysis
Organize sensory cues in a repository under various categories (visual, tactile, olfactory, affective, auditory, etc.) to assess the fidelity requirement of each objective.
Align with CFITES, MIL-HDBK-29612-2A or DSAT requirements in a single click, or set-up in-line with needs.
Speed Data Collection
Collect data from Subject Matter Experts offline through custom-built Excel spreadsheets and upload to ADVISOR in a single click. Exchange data with systems through xml.
Search and import relevant Performance or Learning Objectives with a single click to identify Training Device requirements or its ability to support needs.
Search, locate and copy relevant sensory cues from one device to another with ease.
Assess the impact of each Training Device feature on training needs to maximize investment by zeroing-in on features that offer the greatest value.
Generate audit trail with one click to track where each requirement has been addressed.
Speed Report Generation
Compile data from all Objectives and Elements to generate Trainer System Requirements Report in a single click.
Training with Multimedia.
“ADVISOR does the work that many independent training consultants are used to charging several thousands of dollars for”.
Editor’s Choice Software Review.
“Four (****) Stars”.
Joyce Miligan. Training Manager. New Brunswick Tel.
“Very user friendly. Covers all aspects you should consider when making a decision.”