A backhoe loader is a machine made up of a loader structure on the front part and a backhoe excavator on the rear part. The multi skilling of this machine, capable of using more than 100 types of tools, gives it a special role in the construction industry. It is the machine with the highest sales and therefore, the one which most operators and trainers request.

Proper training of personnel is possible, in an efficient, low-cost way, with the assistance of this simulator which permits working with infinite numbers of tools by just choosing the one required, easily simulating all possible situations in which the operator may find themselves.


 Virtual reality + training plan


Reproduces, with total realism, the performance of the machine when moving, excavating and loading. The Simulator allows excavation without any restriction on the scenario, which gives practically unlimited possibilities for new exercises. The exercises are focused to acquire practice in the following areas:


Assimilation of the cabin by the operator: aims to familiarize the operator with the controls, identify them, find them and know their functioning and implementation.
Interaction with the workplace: aims to familiarize the operator with the operating elements of the machine, their possible displacement, implementation and control from the cab.
Interaction with the terrain: the operator learns and practices potential industrial applications of the machine.
Performing working activities: formation of the operator in the realization of industrial machine applications integrated into a real labour application.


Simulation cabin

This simulator can be incorporated in the models Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond, and virtual classrooms. A same cabin can be configured with up to 8 industrial or construction machines, such as loaders, wheeled excavators, telescopic handlers…



Sim’s aim

The simulator is intended to provide the student with full knowledge of machine operation, from the controls to complex business applications. It is considered that the simulator can replace at least 60% of the hours of practical training in the actual machine. It is not only intended to replace the practical classes, but to develop a self-managed learning activity in which the student learns work issues, skills and attitudes. In conclusion, the goal is to teach how to operate the machine in a productive, safe and controlled way through assessments.