KMW (a company of KNDS) offers hardware-related training devices to teach students practical maintenance and repair activities with tools and physical effort. As a counterpart to this, there is also the hull maintenance trainer, of course.
Classic turret trainer from KMW (a company of KNDS)
Leopard turret with faulty assemblies and cabling
The faults are triggered by a laptop.
Co-viewing platform for other course participants
Parking device with slip ring for electrical turret supply
Performance characteristics of maintenance trainers
- Either classic as faulty replica or as purely virtual trainer
- Typically up to 250 faults can be selected
- Lessons cover troubleshooting and fault elimination
- Virtual trainers: Control of lesson progress, assistance texts, learning mode and test mode
The repair simulators from KMW (a company of KNDS) convey comprehensive, complex knowledge in an easily understandable manner. Teams are trained in all preventive and corrective maintenance and repair tasks within a short time.
Modern repair training is in a state of flux
KMW (a company of KNDS) uses the latest technologies in its training support precisely there where they can be put to best use and offer genuine added value. Accordingly, KMW (a company of KNDS) has developed applications for maintenance training which convey learning content via virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).
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Repair trainers from KMW (a company of KNDS) are available either in the classic variant as faulty components or in the fully digital VR/AR variant based on the assemblies’ CAD data.