That Special Moment
Episode 53

From zero to hero Formula 1 pilot using simulation training

Armand Treceno published on

Nowadays where everything seems to be evaluated against the time it takes to be market ready and where more and more companies are looking for solutions that fits this time constrain, Wave Italy has hit a nail in the head with their F1 professional simulators products.

In this exclusive interview concluded at the Wave Italy booth during the Geneva International Motor Show 2019 I sat down and talk to the founder and CEO Alex Martinelli and Maurizio Primo Marketing & Communication consultant about the benefits and implication that F1 simulators bring to the end users as well as the many benefits associated with this particular way to comprehend reality using virtual reality to bring established companies, which are seeking new talents to add to their already impressive roaster of professionals pilots, the appropriate tools to do just that.  

Among the many benefit that virtual reality brings to clients apart from the obvious one that is at the heart of whatever company you talk to, which is the direct or indirect cost linked to any product, VR accelerate the learning curve decrease the risks and cost associated to any particular task it takes to master before being proficient enough to execute it in real life situation and last but not least it helps companies discover at a much lesser cost the future generation of pilots that will grace the world racing tracks in the very near future.

Nowadays where everything seems to be evaluated against the time it takes to be market ready, where more and more companies are looking for solutions that fits this time constrain, Wave Italy has hit a nail in the head with their F1 professional simulators products. Listen to this exclusive interview now!

 

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