A mine truck is a truck to work underground with a capacity of 32 metric tons, used for large scale underground workings, development jobs, production in mining and construction projects. It is generally considered that the Simulator can replace at least 60% of the hours of practical training in the real machine. Although it not only intends to substitute the practical classes, but develop a managed auto-learning activity in which students learn business concepts, skills and attitudes.
This simulator can be incorporated into the Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond cabins. Nowdays we have developed this simulator in the Diamond cabin. This type of simulator enabling a comprehensive training plan in earthmoving operators in the construction sector.
-Real controls of the machine: joysticks, pedals and buttons
-Three screens that recreate the front panels of the real machine
-Movement platform that reproduces the motion and position required to handle and move the machine
-Surround sound system that reproduces the engine, vibration and environment real sounds
Reproduces, with total realism, the performance of the machine when it moves, to receive the charge, carrying, etc. The Simulator shows typical scenarios of the areas of application of the low profile truck. The physical characteristics of the machine are completely real. Featured auxiliary and safety features come as standard. Charging cycle of truck and common practices on security issues.
-Initial menu with optional parameters settings
-Getting used to the machine and most common maneuvers
-Usual mining site applications seasoned with eventual incidents
It is a plan adapted 100% to the driver requirements. It is composed by training sessions and exercises that must be completed to correctly evaluate the student.
At the end of each practice, a results summary will pop-up with all the infractions and mistakes committed by the user.
TRAINING PLAN: Knowledge of control, driving and manoeuver
1. Learning how to drive and maneuver the machine
2. Basic manoeuver
3. Maneuvering at the job site
4. Basic operations
-Driving and navigation
-Positioning to load
-Positioning to unload
5. Practical applications
-Load, transport and unloading to crusher
-Load, transport and unloading to a well
6. Health and safety procedures