“Heartwood, a US-based company that develops 3D interactive training technologies is currently making some waves in the market — recently being contracted by Komatsu America, in addition to existing deals with prominent equipment producers like the Oshkosh Corporation.
Leveraging the latest interactive and gaming technologies, a primary aim of the company is to develop software that gives “hands-on” training to operation and maintenance personnel. By providing realistic simulations of inspection and maintenance processes, the software theoretically accelerates learning and can reduce training costs by decreasing the need for costly live training.
Q&A with CEO Raj Raheja… ” – Click to Read More…
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