Virtual Training Space

Interact and practice together

Tenstar Virtual Training Space, VTS, is the natural evolution of simulation training. It allows multiple users to enter the same virtual space, making interactive, cooperative advanced training possible. Users can utilize a wide variety of machines, vehicles, and even VR avatars, all working together to complete realistic exercises.

Users solve tasks together in the virtual environment, each user with their own simulator or VR headset.

With one computer connected to a VR headset and hand controls we create a training station for one person placed inside of the virtual training environment. It is possible to use the hand controls to move around, grab things, checking machines, and now even communicating with operators in other machine simulators in real time. We call this VR WA!

MME - Becomes VTS

Several years ago, we introduced Multi Machine Environment - MME, to the world of simulation.
Now, we have evolved this to become Tenstar Virtual Training Space! It is a space, not just for machines, but also vehicles and people.

Tenstar Virtual Training Space, VTS, is the natural evolution of simulation training. It allows multiple users to enter the same space, making interactive, cooperative advanced training possible.

Teamwork is essential to any work environment, especially when operating heavy machinery. With the Tenstar simulator, users can safely practice using multiple machines in collaborative exercises.

An example of this can be seen in the road construction exercise where a track excavator loads two articulated dump trucks, delivering material to a dozer carrying out final trimming.

At the same time, someone can enter the site as a VR avatar in the form of a banksman, site supervisor, or even an instructor, to lead the on-site process from a uniquely immersive first-person perspective.

Up to 4 users can interact as, for example:
- an instructor giving instructions
- a surveyor/grade controller setting out for machines
- a machine banksman/traffic marshal/site supervisor

This provides non-machine operators the unique opportunity to interact with site operations in a safe and controlled environment; the training possibilities are endless!

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Simulation strengthens the students

Simulators allow students to gain more hours in the machine or vehicle regardless of season and weather and can even practice on their own with minimal teacher presence.

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Simulation reduces accidents

Students train in a safe and relaxed environment and can practice extreme situations and operations without risking injury or machine damage.

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Simulation reduces emissions

Producing and running a simulator leaves a minimal climate footprint, compared to a traditional machine running on fossil fuels.

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Simulation is cost-effective

A simulator is a smart investment with low operating costs and minimal downtime. And one teacher can train several students simultaneously.

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