Join US Ski Team and many other brilliant national teams who train all year round on the world's best racecourses and win REAL competitions.

A duet of advanced software and the brand new Kinematic Power Vest is a turning point in professional winter sports. Training on a GPS replica of Olympic Sochi mountain allowed the U.S. Ski Team to beat the competition on the toughest course in the history of Winter Games. Now athletes can also tackle Beaver Creek practising all year round from anywhere in the world!

Full-blown G-force effects, intense vibrations and compression effects all combined with a unique GPS scouting technology recreate the true downhill experience.

A challenge for the team of developers

In the tough discipline of downhill racing, a skier must almost be able to ski with his eyes shut to win. Indeed, you donít have much time to think about the next turn while speeding down at 90 mph.

This task becomes even trickier with unfamiliar ski areas, as each practice run involves a lot of prior work: square miles of snow must be thoroughly groomed, gates erected, nets and padding placed.

Opportunities to carry out training effectively are extremely limited. But what if athletes and authorities didnít have to waste all that time and money?

What if scientists and experts brought them a chance to train on any racecourse by heart without leaving their training facility?

And a new tool for Olympic athletes

Real Ski Coís RD developed a method of complete recreation of real mountain areas in the Real Ski Co Virtual Reality System, just as they are.

The entire mountains are GPS-scanned and rendered in meticulous detail, foot by foot, so that not only is every turn, jump, and side-hill are right where they are on original courses, but all the trees can be seen just where they happened to emerge from under the snow.

The uniqueness of the software lies in the carefully elaborated correspondence between the movements of the trainee and reactions of skis and a virtual terrain and slope's profile.

New Technology: Inside and Out

There was another challenge besides sophisticated computer engineering: the Ďtangibleí, mechanic part of Ski Simulators. While all existing models of SkyTechSport Ski Simulators were great for slalom and GS training, downhill has an entirely different physics due to extreme speeds.

The new SkyTechSport machines incorporate powerful drives that recreate downhill G-force effect, simulating intense vibrations and compression effects of up to 150 kg (330 lsb) in load value.

Dozens of sensing units read all of the skierís movements and make it possible to recreate the exact same sensations.

Choose different snow conditions and adjust even the smallest features of the terrain.

Witness a giant leap of progress in professional sports equipment with SkyTechSports' stunning visual experience.