Immersive Technologies will display what it describes as the world’s first complete mine operator training system on Stand 3120.
Features of the new system, which incorporates the company’s advanced equipment simulators, include a training model blending eLearning, instructor-led training, and medium and high fidelity simulators with a customised content and curriculum – designed to ensure high levels of staff readiness, operational improvement and trainee output in a cost-effective manner; SimCloud technology offering mining operations complete visibility of local or global simulation training programs via a secure website; global operator benchmarking tools so mining operations can benchmark their equipment operators against global norms based on data captured from more than 23,000 operators; and a trainer productivity station.
SimDesktop, allowing trainers and managers to use, anywhere and anytime, their Immersive Technologies’ simulator data analysis and scenario configuration tools
SimMentor facilities for briefing before simulation training sessions, and debriefing afterwards to help increase training effectiveness and free up simulator time.
“AIMEX attendees will be able to experience the results of years of dedicated R&D, collaboration with hundreds of users of the industry’s largest installed fleet of advanced equipment simulators, and exclusive partnerships with leading OEMs, including Caterpillar, Hitachi, Komatsu, Liebherr and P&H Mining.”
The new system is supported by Immersive Technologies’ training consultants, backed by a mining operator development best practice R&D team.