CM Labs Simulations has released its Telehandler Simulator Training Pack.
The Training Pack’s progressive learning exercises gradually build skill and confidence. Trainees work on skills such as controls familiarization, trailer loading and unloading, lifting from ground and heights, live attachment change, and shuttle operations. Performance metrics tracked during training exercises include safety violations, such as collisions, tipping or flipping, loads dropped, machine stability, and fuel efficiency.
“With the telehandler market growing, especially in Europe, ensuring simulation training accurately behaves like the real thing is paramount to ensuring safe operations on a real work site,” said Alan Limoges, product manager, in a statement.
Applying CM Labs’ proprietary Smart Training Technology, the simulator accurately replicates machine behavior—providing real-world training opportunities to help reduce the risk of accidents. Users gain an understanding of vehicle acceleration and steering, gear shifting, suspension and bounciness effect on rubber tires, boom backlash, and deflections while driving. Realistic earth and asset behavior reinforce proper load positioning, lifting, and blind spot awareness, resulting in safer improved cycle times. The simulation replicates true engine vibrations, fork scraping and shifting, alarms, and other job site sounds that are essential audio cues for safe operation and task completion.
The Telehandler Training Pack is compatible with all of CM Labs’ Vortex Simulators, including the desktop Vortex Edge Plus, the motion-enabled Vortex Edge Max, and the high-immersion Vortex Advantage. The simulator training is part of CM Labs’ range of lifting machines, making it ideal for training schools or companies with a wide range of equipment in their fleet.
Source: CM Labs