CM Labs launches North American Mobile Training Center

12 July 2022

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CM Labs Simulations, developer of Vortex training simulators, has launched a North American Mobile Training Center to give companies and training institutions the flexibility to offer training and assessment anywhere.

The Mobile Training Center can offer an on-site presence that reduces team displacement and job site disruption. For community colleges and vocational schools, it can multiply training locations and provide access to markets that were previously out of reach or too remote.

“Bringing training and recruitment to where it’s needed most can be a cost-effective strategy. The combination of our best-in-class-simulators and high-impact messaging gives our customers the means to position themselves leaders in operator safety training and assessment,” Said Lisa Barbieri, VP product, CM Labs.

The gooseneck trailer comes in 24 ft and 34 ft lengths and accommodates one or two CM Labs Vortex simulators, as well as the Instructor Operator Station, from which trainers can monitor, assess, and report on training progress. The trailer can be hitched to a vehicle for transport or set up as a standalone station.

The all-season training environment is equipped with a generator, insulated HVAC cooling, and heating. Included is a breaker panel with a manual power switch to connect to a diesel generator or local grid, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and LED lighting with three switch zones. Add-on options include interior storage, bench, awning, and 12kW liquid-cooled diesel generator.

CM Labs builds simulation-based solutions to help clients design advanced equipment and prepare for skilled operations. Through its Vortex Studio platform, it provides capabilities for training simulators, mission rehearsal, virtual prototyping, and testing.

Clients include OETIO, IUOE, Kiewit, Liebherr, Mammoet, Manitowoc, NASA, and over 100 other world-class companies, OEMs, equipment operators, and trades training organizations.