ThoroughTec to Showcase New Products and Technology at Electra Mining Africa 2016
Leading training-technologies provider, ThoroughTec Simulation will be demonstrating a number of ground-breaking new developments at Electra Mining Africa 2016. These exciting new products further reinforce the company’s drive to provide mines with the most powerful training and workforce development technologies available on the market. This will be ThoroughTec’s eighth Electra show.
“Star of the show will undoubtedly be the unveiling and demonstration of our brand new CYBERMINE Integrated Training Management Platform,” says Adam Smallman, Regional Vice President of Europe, Middle East and Africa at ThoroughTec. “This ‘first-of-class’ system will serve as a foundation for the measurement and improvement of mine operator performance through full-spectrum, KPI-driven training.”
“Naturally, we will also be demonstrating the latest version of our CYBERMINE high-fidelity Full Mission Simulator (FMS), in this case for the training of Komatsu 930E haul truck operators. These advanced, fourth generation simulators remain the cornerstone of our integrated training system, allowing for highly-realistic, ‘practical’ training in a safe, cost-effective and controlled environment,” notes Smallman.
“Human development and community upliftment are key parts of the CYBERMINE training philosophy”
ThoroughTec’s in-house E-Learning development team will also be showing off their latest CYBERMINE E-learning architecture for various vehicles will be on show. “E-learning systems have evolved considerably over the years and ThoroughTec prides itself in staying ahead of the market as new technologies and methods emerge,” says Smallman. Specifically designed to engage operators, these custom E-learning systems guide recruits through a particular vehicle’s basic controls and operation, as well as providing mine environment and site procedure orientation. “They are incredibly interactive, ensuring learners are totally engaged and advance at their own pace,” says Smallman.
“Human development and community upliftment are key parts of the CYBERMINE training philosophy,” says Richard Bellengere, EVP of Operations. “Integrating the world’s best training technology, into mining operations is what we do to achieve that, it’s what we do best.”
ThoroughTec started life as a military simulation company, quickly establishing itself as the de facto supplier of landward simulator systems for the South African Military. This foundation of quality-driven military engineering, supported the development of the CYBERMINE range of mining equipment simulators and workforce optimisation solutions, all of which enjoy a reputation for unmatched performance, reliability and low cost of ownership.
Potential customers will be able to experience these high-tech products hands-on at Nasrec, Johannesburg between 12-16 September in Hall 5, Stand D1. For a personal demonstration contact firstname.lastname@example.org