Metro drivers are getting a first glimpse of their new trains through virtual reality (VR).
VR headsets, provided by the Swiss train builder, Stadler, offers an immersive experience that allows drivers to see inside the new cab before it has even been built. The computer-generated images deliver a virtual tour of the new train’s state-of-the-art driver’s cab.
It allows metro drivers to offer essential feedback on the controls, layout, and instrument displays. Credit: Nexus
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