OPERATOR TRAINING. VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY. REAL RESULTS.

Simulator training provides a way for students to gain familiarization and understanding of machine controls, and learn proper operating procedures before training on actual machines. A variety of training exercises designed to address each of the skills associated with operating actual machines are represented in different work environments such as construction and mining. By uniting simulated worksite applications and conditions with realistic controls, Cat Simulators provide hands-on learning in a safe and economical way to enhance traditional operator training programs. Experienced operators can also benefit from simulator training by refining skills to increase production levels.

EXPERIENCE THE BENEFITS OF CAT SIMULATORS

Because knowledge makes an impact on safety, production, profits & personnel

Safety

  • Practice difficult maneuvers repeatedly until fully mastered
  • Experience machine exercises in a safe environment
  • Decrease operator anxiety in a controlled environment
  • Learn specific safe operating procedures; break bad habits
  • Train anytime day or night, regardless of weather conditions
  • Address any fatigue issues

Profits

  • No fuel costs
  • No engine-use hours
  • Actual machinery is left open for billable work
  • Train multiple operators, on multiple machines, at one time
  • Possible benefits from lower insurance premiums

Production

  • Machine is open for production on job sites
  • Reduced maintenance
  • Longer engine life
  • Refine skills to improve productivity

Personnel

  • Screen operator hires
  • Track operator training performance through built-in testing
  • Address ergonomic issues
  • Preview motor skill use

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Simulator training provides a way for students to gain familiarization and understanding of machine controls, and learn proper operating procedures before training on actual machines.