CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, is releasing the Instructor Operating Station (IOS), CM Labs' dedicated solution for directing, monitoring and assessing trainees. Designed to complement CM Labs' Vortex simulators for operator training, the IOS provides rich functionality for engaging training sessions, while its smart monitoring tools enable a 360-degree perspective on trainee progress.
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About CM Labs Simulations
CM Labs builds simulation-based solutions to help clients design advanced equipment and prepare for skilled operations. With our Vortex Software Platform, clients are able to experience their product vision before it’s a reality and train crews for safe and efficient operations before stepping foot on the real jobsite. Today, CM Labs is the leading vendor for simulation-based training in the construction industry. With over 1,000 simulators in 30 countries using Vortex software, it has become the de facto standard for the industry. For two years in a row, CM Labs was named to the prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500TM and among the fastest growing technology companies in in North America. The company’s markets are global – working with established leaders as well as emerging market trailblaze
Lift & Move USA, a career exploration and outreach event promoting crane, rigging, and transportation operations, announces dates and locations for four events in 2019. In May, the program will be hosted by companies in New York and Ontario, Canada, and in the fall two events will be held in Texas.
CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, will be releasing a host of new training technologies at Bauma 2019. Each element is designed to work independently, or as part of a total team learning solution.
Innovations shape our world, every day in many ways, and the staff at Heavy Equipment Guide want to acknowledge their importance in the world of construction-related equipment. As a result, we have created this new annual feature. Our goal is to illustrate the range and scope of advances, from earthmoving to paving, aggregates, lift, maintenance, training, wearables and others. These innovations offer advantages from doing the job faster, more accurately, more safely, more comfortably or more efficiently, to improving maintenance or providing a better ROI. The editors' selections are drawn from our coverage during the year. The selection was not always easy as there are many worthy innovations but we hope the diversity of the ones shown provide an appreciation of the vast amounts of time and money which manufacturers spend developing innovations, large and small, that make our lives better.
CM Labs Simulations has made all-season training a reality for Albany, New York-based IUOE Local 158, thanks to its adoption of a Vortex simulator.
CM Labs says that they have introduced the first simulation training solution that promotes acquisition of precision excavation and grading techniques. The Dozer Simulator Training Pack allows trainees to experience the unique feel of pushing soil and aggregate material from the seat of a virtual dozer.
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.
The new Signaller Training Station is a simulation-based solution that CM Labs says is the only one of its kind in the industry.
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.