Pilots from a Spanish pilot school used the device with a training app in the cockpit to demonstrate the benefits of the device.

Early this month two pilots from Adventia, European Collage of Aeronautics in Spain used Google Glass with a pilot training app in flight to show the benefits of the wearable device in the industry.

Adventia worked with Google developer Droiders to create the pilot training app, which was based on the surgery checklist app used in the Faculty of Medicine at Stanford University.

The pilots, Head of Training Juan Riquelme and Head of Flights Diana Rodriguez used Glass for their pre-flight checks, take-off procedures, air navigation maps, landing checklist, and final approach to fly one of Adventia’s airfcraft, a Beechcraft King Air C-90.

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