IDT Website Privacy Policy

Last updated: 17 May 2018

International Development of Technology B.V. has developed the website (hereby referred to as “IDT website”). This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information we receive from users of the IDT website. Our privacy policy is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union.

We use your Personal Information only for providing and improving the IDT website. By using the IDT website, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy.

Information Collection And Use

While using our IDT website, we may ask you to provide us with certain personally identifiable information that can be used to contact or identify you. Personally identifiable information includes your First Name, Last Name and Email Address.

Without explicitly asking your permission, we don’t share your personally identifiable information with any third party except with our hosting provider for email management. Our agreement with our hosting provider is also in accordance with the EU GDPR.

Log Data

IDT uses Google Analytics to track and analyse visits to our website. We collect non-personally identifiable information that the IDT website sends to identify your progress through the IDT website pages. This information includes the pages of our IDT website that you visit. The data that Google Analytics uses to provide all the information in our reports comes from these sources:

-The HTTP request of the user

-Browser/system information

-First-party cookies

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We may use your Personal Information to contact you when you have contacted us or are seeking technical support. 


The security of your Personal Information is important to us, but remember that no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Our website and emails our secured through our hosting provider. While we strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect your Personal Information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security. You can increase your data security by using an up-to-date version of a virusscanner or internet security suite.

Your Rights

We take your data protection and privacy rights seriously. For more information on your rights, please visit the European Commission GDPR website: 

Changes To This Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy is effective as of the date indicated at the top of this page and will remain in effect except with respect to any changes in its provisions in the future, which will be in effect immediately after being posted on this page.

We reserve the right to update or change our Privacy Policy at any time and you should check this Privacy Policy periodically. Your continued use of the Service after we post any modifications to the Privacy Policy on this page will constitute your acknowledgment of the modifications and your consent to abide and be bound by the modified Privacy Policy.

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Visual Display Solutions

Realizing your imaginations

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Whatever your visual requirements, IDT can offer the right solution

Visualisations are one of the most effective simulation aspects for training, engineering and research. Accurate and high fidelity visuals contribute greatly to the success of training exercises and achieving research goals. IDT is specialized in the definition of requirements of visualisations for different kind of applications. Commercial off-the-shelf solutions are possible, as well as custom designs. IDT seeks the best possible solution within your budget.






Visual Displays in Simulation

The goal of the visual display system is to present a computer-generated image of the outside-world scene as would be seen by the controller of the simulated vehicle during any particular instant in time. In simulation design, there are many choices with regard to the visual display system, and these trade-offs can influence the validity of the simulator.

Consumer markets have accelerated the development of high-performance graphics computer platforms, as well as projection technologies. As a results, current image generation capability can yield very convincing representations of complex visual scenes, at very high update rates. Current visual display systems fall short, however, of being able to exactly match spatial resolution, dynamic response, brightness, black levels, field-of-view, contrast, and depth perception. They can also create artifacts that are not visible in the real-world image, but which can be detrimental to their application in simulation.

Projection systems of today range from very affordable commercial off-the-shelf systems, to simulation-specific solutions, provide a multitude of solutions, depending on the requirements of the project. However, the trade-offs with respect to the visual performance and how these could influence the perception by the simulator operator or controller should also be considered. There are many choices and consequences certain display parameters can have on the ability of the displayed visual image to stimulate the controller’s visual motion sensors.

Defining your needs

The first and most important step towards realizing a suitable visual display solution is accurately defining your visualisation needs. This depends on various aspects such as:

  • Training, research or engineering application
  • Visual information aspects of the application
  • Required fidelity levels of the application (level of detail)
  • User control and interaction
  • Real-time performance
  • Technical and optical requirements
  • Motion requirements (synchronization of motion and visuals)
  • Interfaces with existing facilities and infrastructure

Through a Systems Engineering process, IDT will be able to help you define the needs and technical specifications of the visual display solution. Through the involvement of our professional partners we will be able to look into possible solutions and a plan to realize this.

DriverLab Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

DriverLab at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is a unique driving research simulator to investigate human responses behind the wheel, particularly for seniors or individuals with certain limitations that could still drive safely under specific conditions. These parameters are tested in a controlled environment and mapped out to develop metrics around driving skills and certain human limitations.

IDT has developed a state-of-the art visual display system with a lightweight, high-quality fibre-glass projection dome, a seamless and smooth interior projection screen (no fabrics or special coatings used), a seamless entrance door and a 12-channel Eyevis ESP LED projection system. The system has a full 360 deg horizontal field of view (FOV) and +30/-30 deg vertical FOV.

Boeing Flight Training (Alteon), USA

Alteon is a worldwide provider of airline training with training facilities accommodating many Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus and Fokker type Full Flight Simulators (FFS). IDT has been involved in the specification of requirements for Alteon’s training equipment and performed the upgrade of a Level D raster-calligraphic display for a 757-200 and 747-400 FFS.

Rheinmetall Defense Electronics, Germany






Rheinmetall is a manufacturer of defense technology and security equipment. IDT has supported the specification of requirements and Level D qualification of a laser projection system which was installed by Rheinmetall an Airbus A340 Full Flight Simulator.

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