Why do pilots and physicians train with simulations? Because they can learn better and faster. Pilots were some of the first to use simulators—including the military. Pilots can train in the safety of a virtual environment and never put passengers at risk while learning how to use instruments and
During these difficult times we know many of our Cat Simulators users are sheltering in, social distancing, and experiencing hardships. At Simformotion, we want to help training to continue for all of our customers, no matter what type of organization or business. To that end, we are creating some
When choosing a simulator, it’s important to consider the method by which the simulator records and reports the results of user training sessions. The simulator should include robust software that tracks, measures and reports results based on benchmarks set within the simulator. Performance data allows instructors, training managers and
Date/Time: April 28th, 11-1 CST Host: Cat Simulators Trainer, Troy Bombardier During these difficult times we know many of our Cat Simulators users are sheltering in, social distancing, and experiencing hardships. At Simformotion, we want to help training to continue for all of our customers, no matter what type
A question many organizations are asking: Does VR training really work when it comes to safety? You bet it does. Just ask Tyson Foods. In 2017, the company set a goal of reducing injuries by 15%. They had a VR program developed to drive safety and hazard awareness training.
Simulation training is highly successful when it comes to engaging learners and teaching how to perform tasks, techniques, or processes. The ability to train multiple people in the same way, expose them to real-world situations in the safety of the virtual environment, makes simulation training an
Nebraska’s Construction employment is predicted to continue growing over the next couple of years, according to the latest long-term economic forecast from the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Construction is expected to be the fastest-growing sector of the state's economy through 2018. Central Community College