CYBERMINE Bulldozer Simulators improve safety and increase proficiency through state-of-the-art, high fidelity simulation techniques.
Efficient and effective operation of the modern dozer can have a significant impact on mine safety and productivity. The bulldozer plays a set of crucial roles in the mining cycle, from ground levelling and overburden clearing to ore and waste loading for removal. The CYBERMINE range of bulldozer simulators promotes safety of operation and consistently high levels of mine operator efficiency by using state-of-the-art simulation techniques.
CYBERMINE Bulldozer Simulators include both the tracked and wheeled variants and are designed to hone and evaluate dozing, carrying, spreading and ripping techniques, depending on the specific equipment and blade type being simulated.
The CYBERMINE Dozer Simulator range simulates heavy equipment from all major manufacturers such as Caterpillar (CAT), John Deere and Komatsu.
Accurate Vehicle Replication
All CYBERMINE Dozer Simulator equipment dynamics are mathematically modelled, based on original equipment manufacturer specifications, to provide accurate behavioural realism.
Virtual Mine Worlds
CYBERMINE Bulldozer Simulators are delivered with a highly realistic, virtual, operating, 3D simulated mine world, complete with artificially intelligent simulated mining equipment such as haul trucks, shovels, excavators, surface drill rigs and light vehicles to support the dozer operator training and evaluation process.
Customised 3D own mine worlds which simulate your actual mine site, including mine haul roads, your heavy mining equipment and actual pit are available on request.
Training and Evaluation Tools
CYBERMINE Bulldozer Simulator exercises may be configured to address various dozer training requirements, including operations with different soil types, handling of subterranean boulders, ramp construction, varying weather conditions, night operations, sub-system failures and advanced emergency situations.
The bulldozer operator’s set of dozing actions are continually monitored and recorded, including blade articulation, blade load and track slippage, together with adherence to safety procedures, correct equipment handling techniques and response to emergency situations and failures. These performance reports together with the instructor’s after-action review capability provide a complete bulldozer operator training and evaluation system.
CYBERMINE Bulldozer Simulators provide an excellent dozer operator training and evaluation tool for all operators of this equipment type in order to improve safety and optimise productivity.
Multiple configurable dozing scenarios
• Clean up
• Shovel pad preparation
• Road construction
• Dumping of waste
• Creation of a berm
Simulator world settings
• Light levels
• Visibility: Good, Mist, Fog
• Weather: Clear, Rain
• Emergency situations
• Critical vehicle failures
• Different soil types and rock formations
• Various shovel and dozer interactions