The Pilot School Adventia first in the world to fly with Google Glass


March 5 Adventia, the European College of Aeronautics, participating Centre of the University of Salamanca, has become the first airline company to carry out a flight with Google Glass, and also the first school in the world to use this type of device in pilot training.

- Google Glass will improve pilot training, increasing safety and incorporating innovation in the cockpit
- Adventia adapts the technology designed by the Faculty of Medicine at Stanford University to the world of aeronautics
- Students can prepare themselves for their first flight using Google Glass as a complement to training in synthetic flight trainers

Adventia, European College of Aeronautics, is leading pilot school in Spain, successor to the National Aeronautical School (ENA). Since 2012 it is a Participating Centre of the University of Salamanca, where it offers the Degree in “Commercial Airline Pilot Studies and Air Operations”, adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area.

Adventia is also an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) certified and approved by the main national and international aeronautical institutions and authorities. More than 1,500 students have trained there over the last 40 years.

It operates from the Aeronautical Campus at Matacán, located at Salamanca-Matacán Airport (LESA/SLM), a base which is highly privileges due to the meteorological conditions and air traffic, and where the best pilots are trained.

05/03/2014


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