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Welcome to Danger Perception Training

A place where we prioritize your safety and road readiness. Discover our training methods enhanced by advanced technology to sharpen your hazard perception skills and become a safer driver.

Virtual promotion of hazard perception



  • Virtual management of risk situations enlarges the “library” in the brain

  • This results in faster recognition, more precise assessment, more adequate reaction

  • Danger perception can therefore be promoted virtually (in a safe space)


  • New drivers recognize which situations are tricky and where they occur.

  • You realize that reacting early is more difficult than expected.

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Why should you choose our hazard perception training?

Experience innovative features and proven techniques to improve your hazard perception skills:

Interactive scenarios:

Our training modules show realistic driving scenarios that challenge your hazard perception skills. Navigate through different environments and anticipate potential hazards on the road.

Realistic environments:

Using OpenStreetMap data, our training replicates real-world road conditions, ensuring you train in environments you're likely to encounter. From urban streets to rural highways, you'll experience the full spectrum of road hazards.

Advanced technology:

With VR glasses or simulators equipped with a steering wheel, you can immerse yourself in a lifelike driving experience. The eye-tracking technology we integrate increases realism and provides valuable insights into your visual awareness.

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Manufacturing procedure

  • Accident analysis: Top 10 accident scenarios of new drivers (comparison with experienced drivers)

  • Real “accident hotspots” realistically recreated (CGI)

  • Source: Federal Accident Database

  • Animation of a (prototypical) accident sequence up to shortly before the accident

  • Sequence of action, participants, timing, prototypical features

  • Developed jointly with a group of driving instructors

Our approach to hazard perception training

Our hazard perception training is designed to be real, effective and user-friendly. By combining cutting-edge technology with expertly crafted training modules, we empower drivers to anticipate hazards and respond with confidence.



The application can be used in numerous languages, including Arabic, German, English, French, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Mandarin, Portuguese, Romanian , Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian. For use in the area of first aid 1-day courses in Switzerland, we cooperate with our partner AGORAS.



Comprehensive feedback:

You'll receive detailed feedback on your hazard perception performance, highlighting areas for improvement and reinforcing correct responses. Track your progress over time and see how your skills evolve.

Customizable training:

T aintain your training experience to suit your abilities and preferences. Choose from a range of difficulty levels and scenarios to ensure your workout is both challenging and engaging.

Expert guidance:

Benefit from the expert guidance and tips of experienced driving instructors. Learn strategies to identify potential dangers early and make safe driving decisions.

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Are you ready to improve your hazard perception skills?

Join us today and start your journey to safer, more confident driving. Whether you're a new driver looking to develop basic skills or an experienced driver looking to refine your hazard perception skills, our training program is tailored to your needs. Experience the difference that proper hazard perception training makes.

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Basic maneuvers

Learners practice basic driving maneuvers, including turning, stopping and starting, to build a solid foundation.


Complex intersections

Navigating complex intersections is an important skill covered in this module and prepares learners for city driving.


Eye tracking technology monitors the movement and focus of the driver's eyes, providing valuable insights into attention levels and potential distractions. By analyzing eye movements, the simulator can simulate realistic driving scenarios and accurately evaluate driver behavior.

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Driving in bad weather

Driving in bad weather, including rain, snow and fog, is simulated to improve learners' skills in a variety of conditions.



EcoDrive functionality encourages fuel-efficient driving habits by providing real-time feedback on driving behavior. By optimizing acceleration, braking and speed, the driver can reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions, contributing to environmental sustainability and cost savings.


Driving day and night

Driving conditions vary and learners experience both day and night driving scenarios to adapt to different lighting conditions.

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