Training within everyone's reach
Metro systems, which are becoming increasingly more precise and adjusted, require drivers with advanced training in all vehicles systems:
Both conventional and driverless metro systems require advanced training
Training for conventional and driverless systems
- Driving under normal and impaired conditions
- Training for hazardous situations in a safe environment
- Cross-training in large groups of train drivers
- Realistic environments: real lines and option to create invented lines for training purposes
- Real signing and tramline safety systems (ATP, ATO, CBTC, etc.)
- Conventional and driverless metro systems
- Realistic sensations: dynamic models, vehicle systems and interaction with all exterior elements
- Considerable reduction in the costs associated with training
- Choose between multi-purpose simulator or cabin replica
As incredible as it may seems, driverless metro lines require even more active training programmes.
When a driverless system fails, the driver in charge must have a maximum degree of security in manually steering the vehicle, for the city's service levels to be preserved.