The number of passengers in civil aviation is predicted to almost double by 2036. To accomodate this increase, the industry now faces a new challenge: training more engineers to maintain and repair a growing number of aircraft – and their engines. As part of its #IntelligentEngine vision, Rolls-Royce is developing novel ways to incorporate virtual reality into its engineering training programmes. In a first for both organisations, Qatar Airways’ engineers are now receiving VR ...

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