Monday, April 15, 2013

Dozer Training Simulator Announced at International Fair for Construction Machinery

If you're going to lead the industry in selling heavy machinery for the construction and mining industries, you'd better have a good plan for providing training solution packages that accompany your equipment. Construction and mining training simulators provide a cost-effective and safe method to train operators quickly, while avoiding the risks associated with novice operators. Training simulators have less of an impact on the environment, are unaffected by restrictions due to emissions, and lead directly to lower fuel-costs.

Construction Machinery Training Simulator
John Deere Training Simulator
John Deere, the leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery in the world, and a long-time believer in providing training simulators that emulate their equipment and allow operators to quickly master machine controls and safe operation techniques, have just announced a new construction grade control simulator for dozer operators.

John Deere Construction and Forestry, in conjunction with Trimble Navigation, a provider of advanced positioning solutions, announced a new Grade Control Simulator today at the 30th International Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment. The simulator enables dozer operators to become grade control-certified, rapidly developing a workforce of highly skilled operators that can grade faster and more effectively.

The simulator runs the operator through everything from precise control of the dozer blade, to job-site hazards they'll likely face, to a number of different safety situations. In addition to the platform version of the simulator, a portable version will be available allowing for off-site training in remote locations.

In addition to lowering fuel costs, construction machinery training simulators can help an organization in many ways. Virtual training simulators help companies stand above their competition and attract a younger generation of operators. Training simulators help you avoid damage to your real-world machinery, as well as injury to personnel, often associated with novice operation. When the machinery costs, risks to equipment, and operator safety hazards are high - the best level of training is required, and virtual training simulators provide you with just that.

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