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ITI Crane VR SimulatorS

Authentic Training, Practice & Assessments

OCT 23, 2017, 8:00AM PST

ITI Shakes Up Crane Simulation Market in 2017

2017 has proven to be a watershed year for the adoption of virtual reality simulation technologies in the industrial training space. With the launch of their Crane Training VR Simulator at CONEXPO in March, ITI sent a signal to the industry that the era of expensive, screen-based simulators was ending, and the dawn of mainstream virtual reality had arrived, leveraged by the technologies of tech giants Oculus/Facebook, HTC, Microsoft, Google, Apple and Unity.

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OCT 15, 2017, 8:00AM PST

IUOE & ITI Finalize Worldwide VR Crane Simulator Purchase Agreement

The International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) and Industrial Training International (ITI) have finalized a purchase agreement that allows all IUOE member training centers and locals in the Union to access ITI’s Virtual Reality (VR) Crane Simulator library of content under one subscription agreement. Under the terms of the deal, IUOE’s per-user subscription price is progressively reduced as each new member organization joins the program.

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OCT 12, 2017, 8:00AM PST

ITI Receives 2017 International VR Award

Industrial Training International (ITI) today announced that its mobile crane VR simulator received the award for Best Use of VR in Education and Training at the 2017 VR Awards in London, England.

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A GROWING LIBRARY OF CONTENT FOR OUR COMMUNITY
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Tadano GR-1000XL

Rough Terrain Crane

ITIVR worked with the Tadano team to bring the GR-XL Rough Terrain Series to the ITIVR Simulation Library with this 100-ton model capable of 154 feet of boom length. As with all ITIVR crane models, the operator is immersed in an identical 3D replica of the actual Tadano cab.

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Link-Belt 218 HSL

Lattice Boom Crawler Crane

The 110-ton crawler model capable of 154 feet of main boom length is a solid model for operator screening, training and assessment. The Link-Belt team and ITIVR made this model available for the community in the Spring of 2017 with over 10 hours of scenarios and various joystick configurations.

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Aerial Work Platform
The first equipment simulator of many, the award-winning AWP VR Simulator brings users to competency faster and more comprehensively than any other training format before. Operators gain an appreciation of the risk of working at-heights on this boom lift and walk away prepared to qualify immediately on the real machine.

Coming in 2018

quarterly updates & new crane models for the whole community
Carry Deck VR Simulator
carry deck - broderson ic-80
Boom Truck VR Simulator
boom truck - terex BT28104
Overhead Crane VR Simulator
overhead cranes - bridge & Polar
Tower Crane VR Simulator
tower crane - liebherr 550 EC-H
Large Crawler Crane VR Simulator
Heavy-lift crawler
Rigging Applications VR Simulator
rigging applications
Forklift VR Simulator
Fork lift
Telehandler VR Simulator
Telehandler
Scissor Lift VR Simulator
Scissor lift
  • Over 350 Training Scenarios per Crane Model
  • Portable Desktop & Full-Motion Platforms
  • Largest Library of Crane & Construction Equipment Types
  • Subscription Pricing
  • Increase Production Output
  • Unlimited Practice Time
  • NCCCO Test Preparation
  • Improved Safety
  • Free Software Upgrades
  • Tremendous Fuel Savings
  • Rugged Hardware Construction
  • Genuine OEM Controls

COMmunity for mutual success

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frequently asked questions

How is ITI VR different from other crane simulators?

The current generation of screen-based simulators have two main drawbacks. (1) High cost due to hardware requirements, and (2) Poor user experience, mostly attributed to a lack of realism when compared to operating a real crane.

ITI VR has:

  • Low up-front capital costs
  • Unmatched user experience/realism
  • Subscription pricing based on actual usage
How many crane types/models are currently in the mobile crane simulator?
  • Two Crane Types:
    • 100 Ton Class Lattice Boom Crawler Crane
    • 100 Ton Class Hydraulic Boom Rough Terrain Crane
  • Two Crane Models
    • Link-Belt 218HSL 110 Ton Lattice Boom Crawler
    • Tadano GR-1000XL Hydraulic Boom Rough Terrain
  • Nine additional VR simulators are planned for release in 2018
Is separate hardware required for every crane type?
The same computer and headset can be used for all crane types, and access to all training simulations is included in every subscription. Custom hand controlls can be ordered for each crane type if so-desired.
Can any computer run the VR simulator?

No, the ITI VR Laptop (included in all hardware packages), is a cutting edge Asus GL502VS-DS71 ROG Stirx gaming laptop with the following specifications:

  • Processor (CPU): Intel Kabylake i7-7700HQ
  • Graphics Card (GPU): NVIDIA GTX 1070
  • Memory (RAM): 16GB DDR4
  • Primary Drive (SSD): 128 GB SSD OS drive
  • Secondary Drive (HDD): 1TB HD
What is included with the mobile crane Desktop Hardware?
  • Desktop/table clamping system
  • Five interchangeable joystick pods
    • Dual-axis joystick pods (2)
    • Twin-leaver pods (2)
    • Triple-leaver pod (1)
  • ITI VR Laptop with software pre-installed
  • Oculus Rift VR Headset
What is included with the mobile crane Motion Base Hardware?
  • Motion platform with operator chair
  • Five interchangeable joystick pods
    • Dual-axis joystick pods (2)
    • Twin-leaver pods (2)
    • Triple-leaver pod (1)
  • ITI VR Laptop with software pre-installed
  • Oculus Rift VR Headset
  • Oculus Touch Controls
What headset does the ITI VR simulator use?
The ITI VR simulator utilizes the Oculus Rift HMD
What are the Oculus Touch Controllers included with the Motion Base Hardware?

The Oculus Touch Controllers are used to calibrate the Motion Base Seat with the software. This calibration provides the freedom of motion "within" the crane cab while using VR.

OEM partners for 1-to-1 authenticity

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