CONWORLD develops novel construction machine simulator
Novel simulation technology from Conworld for operator training
Innovative simulation technology is now available from German specialist, Conworld. The company claims its technology can be used for operator training, with simpler systems also available for gaming. The company says that its simulator systems can be used to educate construction machine drivers at the beginner level and save on diesel fuel, as well as reducing the risk of damage to costly machines and potential accidents. The simulation package can allow more than one person to drive a machine at the same time and help reduce repair and maintenance costs, as well as avoiding the need to take a production machine away from construction work for training purposes.
The firm says it has developed special hardware that allows it to connect virtually any machine to our graphics engine. It can provide original cockpits or cockpit components such as joysticks, pedals or steering wheels and the firm can design a simulator to a customer’s requirements. The simulators can also be bought in standard packages with a seat, joysticks, pedals and other hardware together with a computer and screen unit.