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SANLAB Simulation, Turkish expertise in simulators

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In addition to the training and simulation article in IM’s July issue comes news of SANLAB Simulation, which was founded in 2009 to supply training simulators for earthmoving equipment. Evren Emre, Founder and CEO of the company explains that “being experts in operator training simulators, we provide overall customer’s needs from special equipment modelling to customer mine site modelling.



“We are very selective to choose the best of every component in the creation of our simulators. Furthermore we can proudly say that the software we are using in our simulators is globally approved by worldwide leaders in the defense and civil sectors.


SANLAB offers a simulators for dozers, backhoe loaders, excavators, wheel loaders and graders. “With all our products we are committed to combine high fidelity, technical perfection, visual aesthetic and cost-effective solutions,” Emre explains.


“We know that ‘increase in using training simulators’ in work life well means ‘decrease in risking of accidents’ all around the world; so we are just here to make it more possible and at that point your safety, life and the budget is being crucial to us.”


“It is essential to reduce your fuel, operating and maintenance cost and your equipment damage through training simulators, but that’s not all. It is also inevitable to increase the efficiency of your training while saving your time.


“We use terrain visual database composed by two main geo-elements to create 3D terrain in our simulators. Digital Terrain Model represents the topographic bed on which the virtual visual database is laid; and Aerial Imagery, which is the visual layer layed on top of the DTM. Being put together, they create a 3D terrain. More to the point we use geo-elements that shall optimally compose the perfect visual database that shall fit the specific simulator or training. These geo-elements are initially taken to be inspected, geographically correlated and handled carefully. For a whole lot more we have professional partners for terrain visual databases creation for our customer needs.


“All our simulators present many detailed scenarios where crisis and emergency scenarios included as well, to make your operator ready for every type of condition well before driving in the field.


“Our highly realistic operator simulators allow any vehicle behaviour within the virtual world such as driving, digging, carrying, dropping, filling, draining, lifting, loading, scraping, moving, stopping, parking, vehicle faults like brake failures, engine overheating, etc. to be completely accurate with the physical dynamics of the real world which provide your operator a lifelike experience during training.


“Thanks to the real world timing adaptation of our simulators as day, midday, evening and night circle, operators easily are trained even for night operations without risking their safety.


“Scenarios with various weather conditions such as cloudy, sunny, rainy, snowy or foggy weather etc. help your operator to be well prepared even for unexpected conditions in real life. Our simulation software also allows rapid transition for all scenarios with different terrain conditions, various load types and floor conditions to let the instructor test the operator in different environments.


“With automatic archiving, saving scenarios and replay features operators can easily be autonomous in their learning and record their own performance to compare their progress after their training. Our instructor station system let the instructor put a student on a series of exercises, measure his progress and training the operator with instant virtual coaching.


“With the possibility of training multi students at the same time through operator training simulators, you efficiently save your time and money as well.


“Our simulation software also presents printable diagnostic reports with all parameters such as budget, cost, quantity of work, duration of work, fuel consumption, machinery wear, productivity, and efficiency all measured in detail of every transactions made by your user after different scenarios being applied, which allow the instructor know if the operator is competent enough to operate in a real machine.”

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In addition to the training and simulation article in IM’s July issue comes news of SANLAB Simulation, which was founded in 2009 to supply training simulators for earthmoving equipment. Evren Emre, Founder and CEO of the company explains that “being experts in operator training simulators, we provide overall customer’s needs from special equipment modelling to customer mine site modelling.



“We are very selective to choose the best of every component in the creation of our simulators. Furthermore we can proudly say that the software we are using in our simulators is globally approved by worldwide leaders in the defense and civil sectors.


SANLAB offers a simulators for dozers, backhoe loaders, excavators, wheel loaders and graders. “With all our products we are committed to combine high fidelity, technical perfection, visual aesthetic and cost-effective solutions,” Emre explains.


“We know that ‘increase in using training simulators’ in work life well means ‘decrease in risking of accidents’ all around the world; so we are just here to make it more possible and at that point your safety, life and the budget is being crucial to us.”


“It is essential to reduce your fuel, operating and maintenance cost and your equipment damage through training simulators, but that’s not all. It is also inevitable to increase the efficiency of your training while saving your time.


“We use terrain visual database composed by two main geo-elements to create 3D terrain in our simulators. Digital Terrain Model represents the topographic bed on which the virtual visual database is laid; and Aerial Imagery, which is the visual layer layed on top of the DTM. Being put together, they create a 3D terrain. More to the point we use geo-elements that shall optimally compose the perfect visual database that shall fit the specific simulator or training. These geo-elements are initially taken to be inspected, geographically correlated and handled carefully. For a whole lot more we have professional partners for terrain visual databases creation for our customer needs.


“All our simulators present many detailed scenarios where crisis and emergency scenarios included as well, to make your operator ready for every type of condition well before driving in the field.


“Our highly realistic operator simulators allow any vehicle behaviour within the virtual world such as driving, digging, carrying, dropping, filling, draining, lifting, loading, scraping, moving, stopping, parking, vehicle faults like brake failures, engine overheating, etc. to be completely accurate with the physical dynamics of the real world which provide your operator a lifelike experience during training.


“Thanks to the real world timing adaptation of our simulators as day, midday, evening and night circle, operators easily are trained even for night operations without risking their safety.


“Scenarios with various weather conditions such as cloudy, sunny, rainy, snowy or foggy weather etc. help your operator to be well prepared even for unexpected conditions in real life. Our simulation software also allows rapid transition for all scenarios with different terrain conditions, various load types and floor conditions to let the instructor test the operator in different environments.


“With automatic archiving, saving scenarios and replay features operators can easily be autonomous in their learning and record their own performance to compare their progress after their training. Our instructor station system let the instructor put a student on a series of exercises, measure his progress and training the operator with instant virtual coaching.


“With the possibility of training multi students at the same time through operator training simulators, you efficiently save your time and money as well.


“Our simulation software also presents printable diagnostic reports with all parameters such as budget, cost, quantity of work, duration of work, fuel consumption, machinery wear, productivity, and efficiency all measured in detail of every transactions made by your user after different scenarios being applied, which allow the instructor know if the operator is competent enough to operate in a real machine.”


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