Rolls-Royce and Qatar Airways have introduced virtual reality (VR) training in what the engine manufacturer expects to be the beginning of widespread adoption of the technology.  The initial VR instruction helps prepare Doha-based Qatar engineers for disassembling Trent XWB engines for shipment. The XWB’s size means it must be broken into pieces before being moved, such as to an overhaul shop. Normally, learning the process requires using a real engine, ...

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