Sim­u­lat­ing driv­ing with SDT

The Australian Education Reporter - - NEWS -

SAFE Drive Train­ing (SDT) has more than 22 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence de­liv­er­ing a range of driver ed­u­ca­tion prod­ucts, work­shops and train­ing pro­grams to schools.

To date, SDT has sold 25 driv­ing sim­u­la­tors across Aus­tralia in Co­cos Is­lands, Christ­mas Is­land, Port Hed­land, Kar­ratha, Perth, Kal­go­or­lie, Ade­laide, Ho­bart, Mel­bourne, Can­berra, Syd­ney, Lis­more, Wol­lon­gong, Bris­bane, Her­vey Bay, Cairns, Townsville and Dar­win.

With sim­u­la­tors over­seas in Dubai and Qatar, schools in the US have also ex­pressed in­ter­est in SDT sim­u­la­tor prod­ucts.

SDT sim­u­la­tors can demon­strate fa­tigue, dis­trac­tions, changes in re­ac­tion time, brak­ing dis­tance, co­ef­fi­cient of fric­tion and can al­low dif­fer­ent cars, weather, traf­fic con­di­tions and emer­gency sce­nar­ios to be en­coun­tered in a safe environment.

They can also demon­strate the im­pair­ments from al­co­hol us­ing the Fa­tal Vi­sion al­co­hol im­pair­ment gog­gles which re­pro­duce the ef­fects of in­tox­i­ca­tion, al­low­ing stu­dents to ex­pe­ri­ence the sim­u­lated dan­gers of drunk driv­ing.

While per­fect for driver ed­u­ca­tion in schools, the sim­u­la­tors also have ap­pli­ca­tions in Physics and Health Sciences as stu­dents learn and re­tain les­sons from hands-on ex­pe­ri­ence.

SDT sim­u­la­tors are a great way to en­gage stu­dents in driver ed­u­ca­tion and are avail­able for hire for Safety Ex­pos. SDT can pro­vide a driver trainer on site to fa­cil­i­tate work­shops and train­ing.

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact: sim­u­la­

Ex­pe­ri­ence a re­al­is­tic sim­u­la­tion of im­pair­ment with Fa­tal Vi­sion gog­gles.

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