CM Labs to debut new simulation training solutions at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
These solutions will make simulation-based training available to a mass market for the first time
CM Labs will showcase new technologies designed to enhance operator training at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, as well as a line of entry-level products that make simulation-based training available to a mass market for the first time. Booth visitors can test drive CM Labs' new line of entry-level training solutions, which provides an affordable way for organizations to integrate simulation into their training.
Also on display will be a new CM Labs training solution that allows operators to work collaboratively – while one trainee operates an excavator, a second trainee controls an articulated dump truck within the same virtual environment. This solution enables training organizations to provide rapid skills development opportunities to novices, as well as building crucial teamwork skills in a safe environment.
In addition, CM Labs will be displaying its most popular training simulators, with its immersive Vortex Advantage and portable desktop Vortex Edge Plus. These simulators can run the company's full catalog of lifting equipment and earthmoving equipment, including simulations for mobile cranes, backhoes, excavators, and many more.
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