August 13, 2021
The Verge: Everyone Should Learn to Drive in a Simulator - The Verge Magazine 2014: Drivers are learning to drive the same way they did decades ago, but there is a better way - with VDI simulators. Driving simulators replicate actual driving experiences through all types of scenarios that include vehicle handling, scanning and hazard detection, parallel parking, and hydroplaning.
February 1, 2021
VDI Launches New Collision Avoidance Simulation 2021 - Automotive Fleet publication 2021: Virtual Driver Interactive, provider of simulation-based driver training solutions for fleets is expanding their product portfolio by launching Advanced Driver Safety (ADS), the latest in a series of simulation training courses designed to challenge experienced drivers.
March 5, 2018
Virtual Driver Interactive Receives a $196K Purchase Order from the United States Postal Service (USPS) Marking the Company’s Biggest Sale to a Federal Buyer - The USPS bought 20 of VDI’s driving simulators with Virtual Hazard Detection (VHD) program to continue the reduction of traffic accidents in their vehicle fleet.
December 7, 2017
James Madison University Uses VDI Driving Simulators with One Simple Decision. Software Used in Study Proving Them Effective in Training and Changing Behaviors - James Madison’s study confirms that driving simulators using first-person, consequence-based training may be a powerful tool to add to the arsenal of strategies designed to prevent distracted driving, which is a prevalent, unsafe behavior leading to unnecessary deaths.
November 7, 2017
U.S. Postal Service Uses VDI Simulators to Train Drivers – Automotive Fleet publishes article showing that after the U.S. Postal Service implemented VDI’s Virtual HD program in 2015, they saw a 7% reduction in accidents in New York and have reduced crashes in Tampa as well.
June 8, 2017
VDI Driving Simulators and One Simple Decision Software Used in Study Proving Them Effective in Training and Changing Behaviors – Lehigh Valley Health Network conducted an extensive, four-year simulation study focused on the educational effectiveness of driving simulators. LVHN’s study confirmed that driving simulators using first-person, consequence-based training play a significant role in raising the knowledge about the dangers of distracted and impaired driving behaviors.
January 5, 2016
Simulator Helps Co-ops Drive Safer The National Rural Electric Coop Association (NRECA) published an article about how VDI customer, Association of Louisiana Electric Coop, is utilizing a driving simulator to reduce crash rates in their December 2015 edition of RE magazine.
January 4, 2016
July 20, 2015
Boating safety simulator unveiled at Power Squadrons Meeting_Mar2014 - Trade Only Today, the daily news for marine industry professionals, announces the new boating skills simulator is unveiled at the Power Squadrons Annual Meeting in January 2014.
July 19, 2015
Saving via "Virtual" Driver Training Sept2013 - Fleet Owner magazine, providing information about operations, vehicle maintenance, industry regulations and information-management technology, interviews Bob Davis, CEO & President of VDI, about driver training done better via driving simulation.
July 18, 2015
Officer.com 2.0 Features VDI's One Simple Decision 2.0 Program 2013- Officer.com, law enforcement's leading source for news, training, jobs and online forums for local, county, state and federal law enforcement police and officers, features VDI's One Simple Decision 2.0 program.
July 17, 2015
July 16, 2015
July 15, 2015
Simulation_Training_Improves_Hazard_Recognition_Skills_FSM_10.12 - Facility Safety Management, source for workplace safety and risk free maintenance, features simulation as a better form of driver safety training.
July 14, 2015
Train_Utility_Truck_Drivers_With_21st_Century_Technology_That_Works_10.12 - Incident Prevention publication, dedicated to utility safety and operations professionals, highlights how VDI's hazard detection product, Virtual HD, is a better way to train utility fleets.
July 13, 2015
Fleet_Owner_Magazine_Bob_Davis_Interview_April_2012 - 80% of Senior Fleet Managers say they're experiencing "negative consequences" while relying upon "traditional" methods of managing their operations and are increasingly looking for new strategic paths to follow.