Why Simulators instead of Real Cars?

The question is legitimate, but the answers obvious! Real cars are expensive, after the upgrades needed for educational purposes even more so. Training facilities among several other things, require garage doors, big open spaces and a quiet exhaust extraction system. Therefore, practicing on real cars can usually only be done in a few selected locations which cause the majority of the participating workshops to suffer from costly overnight trips. As a result, many of the training sessions have been cancelled, leaving the workshops and their mechanics uneducated. Galileo is suitable for classroom operation of the systems, sensors and actuators to explain and make visible. Additionally, all functions concerning the use and the potential of a diagnostic tester (reader) to teach effectively.

Additionally, training vehicles either run (more than in idle or low revs) or could be driven under loaded conditions without access to a rolling road. Furthermore simulated driving can be observed and diagnosed by many students at the same time without high levels of noise and no danger of rotating or hot parts.