Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd and ThoroughTec Simulation collaborate to provide world class mining simulators
ThoroughTec Simulation is collaborating with Hitachi Construction Machinery to ensure that Hitachi mining equipment owners, have access to the world’s most advanced and effective operator training technology.
Through this collaboration, ThoroughTec Simulation utilises confidential Hitachi Construction Machinery technical information as well as specialist operational and engineering expertise, to shape and improve the design, development and testing of new Hitachi Construction Machinery equipment simulators. This guarantees that customers receive the most realistic and effective simulators possible, with which to drive safety, productivity and cost-reducing improvements across their mining fleet.
“We are honoured to support Hitachi Construction Machinery’s commitment to operator safety and performance via our unique range of training solutions”, says David Cooke, VP: Corporate Development at ThoroughTec Simulation.
ThoroughTec Simulation has been designing advanced, hi-fidelity training simulators for more than two decades, during which time the company has grown into one of the world’s leading training technology organisations. The company has deployed over 500 simulators to mining customers around the globe and is the only ISO9001 simulator supplier in the mining industry. Its latest, fifth generation, range of CYBERMINE simulators represent the pinnacle of realism and training efficiency for both surface and underground operations and are known for their excellent through-life value and reliability.
For more information on ThoroughTec Simulation and their range of training solutions, please email email@example.com.
About Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.
Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (TSE: 6305), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a construction machinery manufacturer. The company engages in the development, manufacturing, sales, and service operations around the world for hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, road construction machines, and mining machinery. Hitachi Construction Machinery is strengthening its focus on value chain businesses other than new machinery sales, such as parts and services, rentals, used equipment, and parts recycling, and is utilizing digital technologies to provide deeper solutions at all points of contact with customers. Hitachi Construction Machinery employs approximately 25,000 people worldwide. In fiscal year 2020 (ended March 2021), the consolidated sales revenue was ¥813.3 billion and the percentage of overseas sales revenue was approximately 75%. For details, visit the company’s website.