The development of new software to improve the operation of modernised and developed technological facilities in different sectors of the national economy requires a systematic approach. For example, the use of video recording systems obtained during operations with the use of endoscopic equipment allows monitoring the work of doctors. Minor change of the used software allows using additionally processed video fragments for creation of training complexes. The authors of the present article took part in the development of many educational software and hardware systems. The first such system was the “Contact” system, developed in the eighties of the last century at Riga Polytechnic Institute. Later on, car simulators, air plan simulators, walking excavator simulators and the optical software-hardware training system “Three-Dimensional Medical Atlas” were developed. Analysis of various simulators and training systems showed that the computers used in them could not by themselves be a learning system. When creating a learning system, many factors must be considered so that the student does not receive false skills. The goal of the study is to analyse the training systems created for the professional training of medical personnel working with endoscopic equipment, in particular, with equipment equipped with 3D indicators.
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