The Mobile Training Station will be on display at the Idaho Mining Conference on Oct. 10-11at the Boise Centre, located in the Grove Plaza, 850 W Front St., Boise, Idaho.
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Arnold Machinery Company has introduced the Mobile Training Station powered by Hitachi.
This simulator offers many benefits for training the next generation of mining operators. The highly realistic training environment allows operators to safely practice in the ever changing and challenging mine site conditions they will face ahead, enhancing their abilities along the way.
A risk-free platform enables operators to handle various emergency situations while developing better decision-making skills in real time, ultimately improving safety and reducing accidents on site. Eliminate the need for costly machine downtime, reduce fuel consumption and minimize the logistical challenges of safely transporting operators to remote locations during the workday. The simulator can be tailored to replicate various Hitcahi models, rough terrains, unexpected weather conditions and numerous mining methods, ensuring operators train to their specific needs.
The Mobile Training Station is just one way Arnold Machinery is investing further into the industry's future by offering safety first, jobsite realism, the latest technology, reliable solutions and much more from Hitachi.
The Mobile Training Station will be on display at the Idaho Mining Conference on Oct. 10-11, allowing everyone the chance to experience the future of mining firsthand.
The Idaho Mining Conference will be held at the Boise Centre, located in the Grove Plaza, 850 W Front St., Boise, Ida. 83702.
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