The contribution is informing the reader on the current potentials of improving efficiency in aviation education based on the use of available means of simulation and computer assisted methods of teaching such as the Computer Based Training a Computer Based Learning, which also enable realization of integrated systems assisted by modern educational methods and potentials for them to be implemented into the aircrew training systems. The authors are introducing a virtual concept of a symbiotic environment for education in aircraft systems. The concept makes use the mutual interrelation of three-dimensional dynamic models of aircraft instruments developed, which can be used for electronic training using simulation interface based on open standards in a virtual environment within a country and later with real onboard complex featuring the Instruments themselves. Attention is drawn to both the advantages and disadvantages of using such dynamic models of aircraft Instruments in aircrew training as well as the practical implementation of such a virtual concept into practice employing computer assisted progressive methods of teaching. The need of improving the quality of education in aviation is a reaction to the requirements coming from actual practice calling for the implementation of intelligent systems into the complex and dynamic systems of aircraft. At the present time, it is the very reason that requires shifting towards learning new ways and acquiring skills in applying progressive technologies to education exercising direct influence on the safety of air transportation.
This contribution focuses on the issue of the evacuation of people during emergency situations. The study of the logistics processes for a selected object were based on the layout of the administration building, namely that of the Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice. The evacuation model, PathFinder, was utilized for the calculation and preparation of the logistics processes for the evacuation of people.