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BZI Driving Simulator

Driving Simulators are being increasingly used worldwide to safely train new car, truck & Vehicle drivers and to test driving skills of existing drivers. Driving simulation has a vast range of applications such as car driving, truck and bus simulation for the emergency services, driver training and testing or human factor research.BZI understands that all projects are cost-critical and so ensures its simulation solutions are affordable and specifically designed for individual customers' needs.

Driving Simulators provide a safe and accurate method of testing driver skills and interactions without endangering people or damaging expensive vehicles. Impaired drivers can also be tested to evaluate drug effects. In a simulator, drivers are able to practice handling potentially dangerous emergency situations, vehicle malfunctions and specific manoeuvres. A further advantage to using simulation is the ability to change and control environmental effects. Our Simulation software has specialist lighting techniques and particle effects to generate different scenarios like road conditions, traffic patterns, time of day and weather conditions that affect driving such as snow, fog and low level sunlight.

Driver Training, Testing Driver Skills, Traffic regulation, Traffic Sign Regulation,Driving training through an urban or Rural scene and Driver Reflexes and Reactions can be tested under various driving conditions. The Simulator even allows you to experience Pre-accident conditions allowing new drivers to get a feel for what is safe and what will result in an accident. BZI Driving Simulators allow to implement accurate training methods that can Test Driver Skills, City & Highway Driving, vehicle rollovers, stopping distances on wet, dry or icy roads, Driving in adverse road, weather and light conditions, severe steering maneuvers, and a host of other real-life driving situations. Simulation has been involved in a number of confidential projects for training speciality vehicles where the issue of latency is absolutely crucial


  • User training
  • Testing Driver Skills
  • Training in critical driving conditions
  • Training for impaired users
  • Analysis of the driver behaviours
  • Analysis of driver responses
  • Analysis of the user performances
  • Evaluating user performances in different conditions (handling of controls)



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