CSE Software Inc. Develops Off-Highway Truck Simulation

777_shotPeoria, Ill—The CSE Software Serious Gaming and Simulation team has developed new simulator software for training users how to operate an Off-Highway Truck.

The Off-Highway Truck is used in quarry and mining operations around the world. With CSE’s simulation software, users can learn to safely operate the actual machine by practicing and mastering skills in a virtual environment, including loading and unloading aggregates. The software features multiple training exercises such as how to perform a Machine Walkaround, Controls and their functions, Braking, Driving, Hauling, Loading, Unloading and more. The software also includes a special Open Training mode that allows users to operate the machine as desired.

The simulated machine is based on an actual Caterpillar Off-Highway Truck. CSE’s 3D modelers and texture artists create the simulated truck with the same detail as the actual 150,202 lb. truck*. The machine exercises are based on the same applications that operators perform on real-world worksites. CSE’s 3D programmers and physics engineers work together to ensure that the simulated truck responds and reacts realistically to the environment, maneuvers and terrain. A motion system is also available to give operators an even more authentic training experience. The software is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian and Chinese.

The Off-Highway Truck simulation software is developed for Simformotion™ LLC, the licensee for Cat® Simulators for Caterpillar Inc. In addition to the Off-Highway Truck, CSE has developed a number of other simulations for heavy equipment and the healthcare industry.

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CSE Software Inc. can develop simulations for any machine or process in any industry. Contact Stacey Burris, 1.309.670.7595 for a software demo or inquiries.

 

* Empty Operating Weight

As used herein, “Simformotion” means Simformotion LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.

Posted on September 18, 2015 in CSE Software, Custom Development, News, Serious Gaming, Simulation, Simulation Development, Simulator Development

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