Ensure safe forklift operations in fast-paced terminal environments.
The Vortex® forklift simulator training pack teaches forklift operators the skills they need to work productively and safely in a port environment.
Following industry best practices, trainees learn basic vehicle handling skills, fork spacing and positioning, as well as how to safely handle a variety of loads before taking control of the real equipment.
The safe operation of forklifts requires a solid foundation of knowledge and ability. The Vortex forklift simulator training pack is built around skill-specific scenarios designed to demonstrate operator basics, highlight areas for trainee improvement, and present more challenging techniques when the apprentice is ready.
The Vortex forklift simulator training pack delivers a true-to-life, stimulating experience based on the behaviour and mechanics of the real machine, including load limits and the ability to topple when improperly handled.
Offering a variety of loads along with instructor-triggered challenges, machine faults, and pedestrian traffic, this training pack offers an environment that moves from developing specific skills to challenging students and accelerating development.
CM Labs offers flexible customization options for the forklift simulator that allow the vehicle simulation to be adjusted to the unique needs and capabilities of the customer’s equipment:
From ship-to-shore and ship pedestal cranes, to reachstacker and other cargo handling equipment, we offer a wide range of ports and container terminal equipment training simulators that can run on a single hardware platform.
Realistic simulators are an effective tool to evaluate and assess apprentices-in-training for both efficiency and safety. Tracking vital metrics across the entire training scenario, instructors can review statistics after completion, allowing for detailed after-action reviews and reporting.
Vortex simulators represent the most advanced, realistic training solutions available today. One simulator can train across all equipment types, and flexible display options mean you can start on the desktop, or engage trainees with full immersion.