"Our collaboration with leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) is what enables us to create engineering-grade simulations," says Julien Richer Lanciault, Product Manager at CM Labs. "With growing demand for operator training in the utilities sector, this show is the perfect opportunity for the industry to experience first-hand the training efficiencies that are a direct result."
In addition to a new training solution, the company will be showcasing its full fleet of earthmoving and lifting equipment training packs on the portable desktop Vortex Edge Plus as well as the immersive, motion-enabled Vortex Advantage simulator. Training packs include excavator, backhoe, wheel loader, dozer, motor grader, mobile crane, and crawler crane.
Each training pack features self-guiding, progressive learning paths that allow operators to learn at their own pace, or simply refresh their skills as needed. The simulators also capture operating metrics for continual and comprehensive scoring and reporting.
Exhibiting with CM Labs will be Georgia-based Crane Industry Services, a training expert serving both construction and utility markets. Crane Industry Services deploys Vortex simulators for crane operator training and qualification, and has helped numerous clients enhance their talent pool because of this.