CM Labs to Demonstrate Training Simulators at ICUEE 2019

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CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, will allow ICUEE attendees to operate two different simulator platforms during the International Construction and Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE), Oct. 1-2, in Louisville, Ky, at booth 4538.

The company will display the immersive Vortex Advantage and the entry-level Vortex Edge Plus simulators. Both simulators can run the company’s full catalog of lifting equipment and earthmoving equipment, commonly used by electric utilities and rural electric cooperatives. This includes simulations for boom trucks, mobile cranes, backhoes, excavators and more. The training packs provide exercises for trenching, pipe placement, excavation around utilities and more.

The Vortex Advantage can mirror an entire training fleet, with hot-swappable controls and pedals. It also adjusts to equipment-specific sight lines with a rotating three-display option or the immersive five-display option. With industrial-grade seating and controls, and a motion platform, it reproduces the feel of equipment in motion, including vibration, impact, acceleration and overload conditions.

CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, will allow ICUEE attendees to operate two different simulator platforms during the International Construction and Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE), Oct. 1-2, in Louisville, Ky, at booth 4538.

The company will display the immersive Vortex Advantage and the entry-level Vortex Edge Plus simulators. Both simulators can run the company’s full catalog of lifting equipment and earthmoving equipment, commonly used by electric utilities and rural electric cooperatives. This includes simulations for boom trucks, mobile cranes, backhoes, excavators and more. The training packs provide exercises for trenching, pipe placement, excavation around utilities and more.

The Vortex Advantage can mirror an entire training fleet, with hot-swappable controls and pedals. It also adjusts to equipment-specific sight lines with a rotating three-display option or the immersive five-display option. With industrial-grade seating and controls, and a motion platform, it reproduces the feel of equipment in motion, including vibration, impact, acceleration and overload conditions.