CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex® training simulators, has issued a new software release for its construction simulator training packs. This new release is designed to boost trainee engagement by featuring heightened visuals, greater training immersion, and increased learning retention. The result is faster, more efficient operator skills development. The new graphics provide a level of depth and realism that, in conjunction with CM Labs’ industry-leading machine simulation, further reduces the gap between classroom training and the worksite.
The new release can be experienced across CM Labs’ fleet of construction and forestry training packs. The lifting simulations include the luffing tower crane, flat-top tower crane, crawler crane, rough terrain crane, boom truck, and forklift. The earthmoving simulations consist of the excavator, dozer, wheel loader, backhoe, and motor grader. The forester and harvester make up the forestry simulation training packs.
“The current boom in construction jobs is highlighting the importance of closing the skills gap,” says Lisa Barbieri, Vice President of Marketing & Product Management at CM Labs. “That’s why we are focused on providing the most immersive learning experience to deliver the world’s best training outcomes”
See video highlights of the CM Labs equipment release.
About CM Labs Simulations Inc.
CM Labs’ mission is to simulate the world to make operations safe and efficient, by connecting people, processes, and equipment design.
The company builds simulation-based solutions to help clients design advanced equipment and prepare for skilled operations. Through its Vortex Studio platform, CM Labs provides capabilities for training simulators, mission rehearsal, virtual prototyping, and testing. CM Labs’ vision is to be the leader in digital transformation, from machine design to training.
Clients include OETIO, IUOE, Kiewit, Liebherr, Mammoet, Manitowoc, NASA, and over 100 other world-class companies, OEMs, equipment operators, and trades training organizations.
Vortex® is a registered trademark of CM Labs Simulations.
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