Virtual Interactive Training


C-130 Virtual Maintenance Trainer (VMT)

LSI’s C-130 VMT pairs our VIE with a Multifunction Display (MFD) and Control Display Unit (CDU) emulator to provide free play familiarization with the cockpit displays for operators and a virtual fault isolation training system for maintainers. Available training tasks include pre-flight inspections and maintenance tasks. This blended training solution is available in several platform delivery methods: large-format classroom display, desktop computer, and tablet. The C-130 VMT has proven highly effective in both schoolhouse and operational unit settings.

Universal Engine Controller (UEC)

The UEC is a Virtual Interactive Environment (VIE) application developed with the Unity game development tool.  It is used to support the U.S. Navy Gas Turbine Mechanical Maintenance Core Course.  This strategy capitalizes on the inherent strengths of 3D modeling technologies to provide the learner the capability to gain knowledge and proficiency on highly critical tasks using interactive simulations.  3D models deliver the necessary degree of fidelity for interactive simulations and their high reusability allows them to be an economic and low risk alternative prior to the use of real equipment.  Improving the muscle memory through repetitions and sets should reduce maintenance downtime and increase the operational hours that U.S. Navy missions require.  The UEC provides an Instructor Operation Station (IOS) that allows the Instructor to assign lessons and interactive tasks covering parts familiarization, maintenance procedures, troubleshooting, and remove and replace procedures.

Engine Simulation (SAP)

The T-700/701 Engine Virtual Interactive Environment (VIE) is a training aid designed to assist Critical Task Maintenance Training instructors and Maintenance Test Pilot instructors to teach theory of operation and procedures for the T-700/T701C/D engine. The virtual engine can be moved in any direction, rotated to any angle, expanded or shrunk, cross-sectioned in any direction and dissected in any manner in support of the training objectives. The learner can observe instructor demonstrations and then perform the procedures as instructed or they can use the IETM display to perform Fault Isolation Procedures (FIP) or Maintenance Operational Checks (MOC).