Choose from a variety of configuration options and software modes to create the configuration that suits you.
Most Simlog customers deploy their simulator stations in a permanent way, and so people come to the Personal Simulator to train. But some Simlog customers rely on our Custom Travel Cases to safely, and securely, move their Personal Simulators among multiple sites.
Finally, other Simlog customers have created their own mobile training units using a trailer or sea container, in order to bring their Personal Simulators to wherever operator training is needed.
Portable Simulator Stations
Assiniboine Community College
Assiniboine Community College in Canada uses 20 dedicated and multi-purpose portable simulation stations to support workforce training at municipalities and heavy equipment owner/operators in the Province of Manitoba.
The stations are all equipped with tabletop Replica Controls and feature the following Personal Simulators: Hydraulic Excavator, Bulldozer, Wheel Loader, Off-Highway Truck, and Forklift.
Mobile Training Units
Bechtel Corporation, a leading engineering, construction, and project management company with headquarters in the United States, prepared five sea containers, to deploy simulator stations at their job sites around the world. Each container is equipped with two multi-purposed Simlog Operator Chairs, one with steering wheel and one without, for the following Personal Simulators: Mobile Crane, Tower Crane, Hydraulic Excavator, Bulldozer, Wheel Loader, Off-Highway Truck, and Forklift.
Local 115 of the International Union of Operating Engineers
This mobile training unit was prepared by Local 115 of the International Union of Operating Engineers in Canada. Inside the trailer are three simulator stations, one for training Mobile Crane operators, and two for training Hydraulic Excavator operators.