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Step-by-step towards successat becoming a crane-operating pro

Basic controls

Practise your coordination using the two-handed crane controller
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Simple path

Lift the piece of cargo and move it along a straightforward path
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Swaying cargo

Try to stabilise cargo that is caught in a turbulent swing
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Obstacle course

Navigate the cargo through a challenging obstacle course
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Smooth movement

Refine your abilities to move the cargo in steady movements
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Constant velocity

Get used to moving the cargo at a constant speed without stops
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Encourages learning-by-doing in an accessible virtual environment.

Students can infinitely practice and hone their skills without the practical limitations of classroom training, performing the same processes that they are expected to be able to perform in the real world. Training mode encourages students to freely practice before evaluating their in a real world environment.

Created in close collaborationwith an industry-leading supplier.

The Overhead Cranes training application was developed in collaboration with the Swedish industrial cranes supplier Dematek.

Dematek is using Virtual Reality to expand their opportunities in providing workplace training.

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A comprehensive set of featuresfor building a complete set of skills.

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Immersive industrial environments
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Physics-based, true-to-life cranes
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Fully functional, hand-operated controllers
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Challenging obstacle courses
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Scenarios with different crane loads
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Graphical interface with customisable look
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Tutorials introducing how VR works
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Fully editable text, allowing for language changes
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Reduce needless disruptionsand enjoy access to virtual facilities.

Traditional training typically involves a logistics challenge in bringing people together at a training facility that provides a limited opportunity window to gain hands-on experience.

By accurately replicating real-life environments and equipment, VR training eliminates the need for centralised training facilities and enables participants to develop hands-on skills anywhere.
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Automatic insights and reportingenables a transparent experience.

The Assessment Centre offers unique insights into understanding how effectively participants are able to apply newly acquired skills.

This web-based evaluation platform provides new dimensions in understanding a participant's ability to apply training in the real world, such as when encountering dangerous scenarios and ability to adapt to unexpected changes.
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This is absolutely superb for educational purposes.”

Johnny Eriksson, Westinghouse Electric Company

Try out Overhead Crane VR training for yourself

Book a time with us today to find out how Virtual Reality training is changing the way we will work tomorrow.