The machinery used for mechanised track maintenance is becoming increasingly complex. Highly qualified staff play a key role in making the most of its work output and work quality as well as in preventing damage caused by operating errors.

Good reasons for introducing 3D simulation technology

Track maintenance machines and the infrastructure they maintain are valuable goods. Any damage to them always entails high costs – costs which could usually be avoided by providing operating staff with in-depth training. And if a machine is set aside for training purposes, it can’t be operated at a profit. This is where training in a simulator comes to the rescue – it’s totally realistic and works come rain or shine.


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