Technological Research

Technological Research
A laboratory is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which technological research, experiments, and measurement are performed. Laboratories used for scientific research take many forms because of the differing requirements of specialists in the various fields of science and engineering. In some laboratories, such as those commonly used by computer scientists, computers (sometimes supercomputers) are used for either simulations or the analysis of data collected elsewhere. As an engineering lab, Instructors laboratories builds and test technological devices.

About Us:

Instructor Labs utilizes technology in driver training simulation and Android's flexibility to innovate ways that aren't possible on other platforms by building a mobile App; At the same time publishing training manuals and study guides. Android's reach allows Instructor Labs to get the Training Program out to more people throughout the country, and the diversity of devices and networks means more affordable smart phones for more people. The Beta mobile App contains Facebook Posts, Images and Videos (Video illustrations and Audio Podcasts will be included). The key learning points and the tutorials offered will be reproduced in the mobile app as an aid to anyone learning to operate a vehicle together with a self-study guides. For more click on the link: K53 Training App

Mamphake Mabule
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Friday, August 1, 2014

Advance Driver Training Program

 Advanced Driving has been described as: “The ability to control the position and speed of the vehicle safely, systematically and smoothly, using road and traffic conditions to make reasonable progress unobtrusively, with skill and responsibility. The skill requires a positive but courteous attitude and a high standard of driving competence based on concentration, effective all round observation, anticipation and planning. This must be co-ordinated with good handling skills. The vehicle should always be at the right place on the road at the right time, travelling at the right speed with the correct gear engaged and can always be stopped safely in the distance that can be seen to be clear.”

There are however many other cues we need to pick up in traffic which are incidental rather than communicative. For example as you're coming down a hill you see a car reversing out of the driveway. You have to make a quick decision: Do you proceed or do you stop? Your decision depends on your "causal attributions," or the explanation that you have for that situation.

Driver Psychology - The study of what people do in different social situations and then develop explanations for their actions and reactions. The program focus on our ability to carry out the daily tasks in our lives which depends on our understanding of ourselves and others. While we drive, we constantly have to figure out what's going on, what other drivers are doing. Some events are easy to recognize because they are accompanied by official signs like turn signals. Other types of communication signals may not be official, but they are traditional, like motorists waving to you after you made an opening in your lane to let them in.

For more click on the link: K53 Training App