A35D hauler had been used on Discovery Channel's " " television series and will now serve as a training tool for high school students enrolled in the institute's Heavy Equipment Operations and Preventive Maintenance program.(Volvo CE) has donated an articulated haul truck to train future equipment operators at (LCTI) in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania. The Volvo
Serious Labs Inc. has extended its partnership with equipment rental leader United Rentals, Inc. Virtual reality (VR) simulation developed by Serious Labs is being deployed by United Rentals as part of its blended learning model for mobile elevated work platform (MEWP) operator certification courses. This model – new to the equipment rental industry – debuted on November 28 when United Rentals opened its first United Academy training centre with VR simulation in Alberta.
McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, has announced the creation of a new program to train service technicians in the maintenance of concrete mixer trucks.
CM Labs has been chosen by Manitowoc Cranes to develop and deliver a series of groundbreaking simulators that showcase Manitowoc's intuitive new Crane Control System (CCS).
To learn real operating skills, you need real-life conditions. That's why CM Labs' new Excavator Simulator Training Pack features the world's first application of an innovative new method of soil simulation.
Aquajet Systems AB is providing North American operators advanced training through its new Aquajet Academy. The Academy's Six Steps of Education training program includes six courses which cover all aspects of hydrodemolition, from streamlining work to cutting-edge techniques, allowing operators to increase jobsite efficiency and safety. Aquajet Systems specialists host the Academy program periodically throughout the year.
McGill University associate professor Dr Jozsef Kövecses has been awarded the 2018 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Synergy Award for Innovation for work enabling hyper-realistic simulation of the physical world performed in collaboration with CM Labs.
CM Labs Simulations announced the release of the all-new Luffing Tower Crane (LTC) Training Pack, the first simulation-based LTC training platform on the market. Immediately available for deployment across the full catalog of Vortex Construction Equipment Simulators, the LTC Training Pack is CM Labs' most feature-rich crane simulation to date.
A global consultation is to be launched by the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) to establish the possibilities for powered access training and safety guidance afforded by new technology such as virtual reality and platform simulators.
To assist employers in evaluating and documenting crane operator competency, Crane Industry Services, LLC introduces a new and efficient process called Qualified Crane Operator Evaluations (QCOE). The process gives employers valuable insights not available in certification testing by identifying specific operator strengths and skills that need to be improved.
Bosch Rexroth is accepting registration for all courses in its popular training program designed for industrial hydraulic and mobile hydraulic users, designers and engineers. Rexroth's Hydraulic Technical Training is targeted toward individuals who maintain hydraulic systems, design new systems or want to upgrade existing systems with new technology.
CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, today announced the availability of the new Motor Grader Training Pack, the latest addition to their construction equipment training catalogue. Available for deployment on any Vortex simulator, the new Motor Grader Training Pack is powered by CM Labs' Vortex Studio simulation and visualisation software. The result is an engineering-grade grader simulation that has been rigorously field-tested by experienced operators and instructors from equipment manufacturers and top training schools.
On April 4th, the Mobile Elevated Work Platform simulator, developed by Edmonton’s Serious Labs Inc., received industry recognition at the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) Summit in London, UK.
CM Labs Simulations has been chosen to supply simulation-based construction equipment training software to John Deere Construction & Forestry Company.
At CONEXPO 2017 (Las Vegas, March 7–11, booth G72413 in the Gold Hall), CM Labs Simulations will showcase its immersive Vortex Advantage simulator, running tower crane, mobile crane, overhead crane, boom truck, wheel loader, backhoe loader, and excavator operator training modules. CM Labs will also launch their new professional-grade entry-level training simulator.
CASE Construction Equipment and Sonsray Machinery provided equipment and product training support for a Team Rubicon operation and land-clearing project at the “Family Camp at Yosemite,” run by the City of San Jose Parks and Recreation Department, in Groveland, California. Several days of equipment training throughout the week culminated in the Team Rubicon & Tough Mudder National Day of Service – a nationwide event bringing together volunteers from Team Rubicon, Tough Mudder and other organizations. A total of 60 volunteers from Team Rubicon participated in the event, 10 of which are new operators participating in the heavy equipment training program.
Vermeer has created a partnership with the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) — Iowa’s largest two-year college serving more than 75,000 students — to certify the Vermeer HDD Circuit training program. Individuals who complete the two-week, instructor-led program will be classified as a certified horizontal directional drill (HDD) operator.
As teachers around the nation prepare curriculum and classrooms for the upcoming school year, so too are the Volvo Road Institute instructors. Kicking off its 51st year, the industry’s first instructional course for paving professionals provides a variety of classes to help everyone from paver and compactor operators to screed operators and maintenance technicians create a higher quality road while staying mindful of the most important thing on the jobsite — safety.