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The Technology Components
Pinpoint accuracy. Precision that is laser-sharp—literally. That's what John Deere technology is all about. There is nothing artificial about the intelligence of systems like the John Deere Measuring and Control system.
Modern harvesting requires exactitude, speed and power, but not at the expense of user-friendliness and reliability. Those are the principles around which the John Deere laser-guided Measuring and Control system is designed. What's more, innovations like our JDLink make remote, automated equipment management from your computer a reality.
When it comes to cost-effective, safe operator training, the Virtual Reality Harvester and Forwarder Simulator is miles ahead of conventional.
SimulatorOperator Training in a Classroom
The John Deere simulator was designed to meet the needs of modern, environmentally sound forestry. It is a state-of-the-art tool for efficient, safe and cost-effective operator training. The operation of the simulator is based on accurate machine modeling and a versatile easy-to-expand PC-visual system.
The simulator, which can be used in harvester and forwarder applications, is equipped with actual machine control, including a measuring and control system that provides detailed reports on the training session. A special Simulog-program makes it possible to compare trainees and follow the learning curve of individual students.
This state of the art technology provides virtual hands-on training without the danger of damaging elements of nature or equipment. It facilitates better operator training opportunities and better skilled operators, which means a better product, and better profit.
When it comes to cost-effective, safe operator training, the Virtual Reality Harvester and Forwarder Simulator is miles ahead of conventional training methods. It is an excellent resource for educators and harvesters alike who wish to provide hands-on experience without the risks or cost of using real equipment.