VR Telehandler Simulator Training JCB 510-56

VR Simulator

JCB 510-56

The first model in the JCB range to benefit from wide set stabilizers. The high boom design allows for capacities of 10,000 pounds and a lift height of 56 feet. This easy-to-operate telescopic handler is equipped with low effort servo controls that are arranged in a pattern style that most operators are accustomed to.

Max. Engine Power: 109 hp

Max. Lift Capacity: 10,000 lb

Max. Lift Height: 56’

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Maximum Portability


Desktop Hardware
Convenient, Cost-Effective

The desktop VR simulator can be attached to almost any desk surface. Units are completely portable and can be checked as standard luggage on any passenger flight.

Motion-Base Hardware
Fully Immersive, Full-Body Control

The motion base VR simulator provides a true crane cab experience that includes responsive foot pedals, operator chair, robust hand controls, and full-motion platform.



Hardware Features

Oculus Rift HMD - Full immersion virtual reality headset
  • 2160x1200 (1080x1200 per eye), 90 Hz display
  • 100 degree field of view
  • 360 degree positional tracking
OEM Controls
  • Control panel accurately recreates the layout, feel, and labeling of the real-world aerial work platforms
  • Unit controller is modular, allowing for ease of servicing as well and customization
  • Handholds provide safety, comfort and stability to the operator
Universal Motion Base (750lb capacity, 350lb operator limit)
  • Motion base platform designed around a universal chassis containing all primary electronics and 4 high speed electric actuators
  • Small Footprint (4’ by 8’ including tracking volume), convenient size for any training environment
  • Handholds provide safety, comfort and stability to the operator

Learning Objectives
The learner will experience situations that would not be practical or safe to demonstrate in the real-world, including:
  • Navigating tight corners - Prevents equipment damage and personnel injury due to common basket collisions
  • Directional arrows - AWP controls are relative to the chassis, not the basket – new operators often overlook directional arrows to orientate the controls, causing movement in undesired directions
  • Complex basket positioning - The simulator includes scenarios otherwise impractical for safe hands-on training, including overhead hazards, powerlines, and steep inclines
  • Hazardous placement - The simulator forces the trainee to position the AWP according to best practices, avoiding common shortcuts and reducing the risk of real-world tip-over incidents
The AWP VR Simulator Addresses Common Safety Hazards
  • Ensures trainees complete scenarios through the application of best practices, reducing the possibility of ejection or tip-over. Goals are achieved by reaching over hazardous slopes, lowering the boom before driving to a new location, and navigating rough terrain correctly and from an appropriate angle.
  • Places the trainee in a situation where they do not know their current orientation and must use arrow guides to ensure the controls will move them in the desired direction. This scenario replicates a hazardous situation that can happen after hours of work and distraction in the field.
  • Navigating in areas where the trainee must be aware of real-world hazards, especially power lines and unsafe ground conditions.
  • Understanding complex navigation scenarios where the length of the AWP’s boom can result in collisions, entrapment, or pinch hazards.

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