Tenstar simulation

emergency

emergency

ambulance, fire engine, police

Safety is paramount in the Tenstar Emergency Simulator, where users can refine their driving skills in a secure virtual setting. From mastering basic traffic regulations to executing advanced maneuvers in emergency situations, the simulator provides a thorough curriculum to educate users on responsible and safe driving practices. Whether it’s navigating through dense traffic as a police officer, rushing to save lives as an ambulance driver, or swiftly responding to emergencies as a fire engine operator, users can hone their abilities while prioritizing safety at every turn.

SIMULATION-BASED
TRAINING IS…

SAFE

Reduces accidents

Users train in a safe and relaxed environment, meaning they can practice extreme situations and operations without risking injury or machine damage.

GREEN

Reduces emissions

Producing and running a simulator leaves a minimal climate footprint, compared to a traditional machine running on fossil fuels.

EFFICIENT

Time-effective

Simulators allow users to gain more hours in the machine or vehicle regardless of season and weather. They can even practice on their own with minimal teacher presence.

ECONOMIC

Cost-effective

A simulator is a smart investment with low operating costs and minimal downtime. 

Compared to a real machine, the operating cost of a simulator is just a fraction.

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LEARNING TOOLS

Record and replay sessions for comprehensive review, manage student progress seamlessly, and enhance accessibility by converting all text into speech. Elevate learning with innovative technology.

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IMMERSION

Realism in simulator-based education is paramount for an immersive and effective learning experience. Simulators, replicating real-world scenarios, provide hands-on training without actual risks, enhancing retention and fostering adaptability in learners.

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HARDWARE

Shape your simulator experience with top-tier accessories. From responsive steering wheels to precise joysticks and pedals, our high-quality options guarantee a personalized and immersive adventure to match your preferences.

HARDWARE ACCESSORIES

tenstar
steering wheel

The Tenstar Steering wheel is an integral part of our simulators which adds to an authentic driving experience. You can choose between two different types and three sizes, providing the best fit for each vehicle and machine.

  • Durable metal construction for quality and autentic feel.
  • Adjustable position for stepless angle adjustment for driver comfort, at any time without tools.
  • 3 sizes Compatible with all our simulators.
  • Control stem for signals, horns, lights etc.
  • Developed for simulation. With the most realistic user experience in the industry.
  • Dynamic force feedback. Customizable spring and damper settings with 20Nm of torque.

features

in-depth
exercises

Driving in the city and urban areas can be challenging for all drivers. This simulator has exercises that handle red lights, pedestrians, bicycles, and other drivers in an intense city.

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City driving

Driving in the city and urban areas can be challenging for all drivers. This simulator has exercises that handle red lights, pedestrians, bicycles, and other drivers in an intense city.

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country road driving

The country road presents different challenges than the urban areas. Here, we encounter higher speeds, wildlife, and overtaking.

Exercise examples

Developed in collaboration with recognized authorities, our curriculum ensures an education that seamlessly fits into existing programs, all within the simulator. Students begin by learning basic theory, acquire the essential skills for vehicle control, and eventually move up to tackle more advanced aspects and manoeuvres.

Explore handpicked exercises from our curriculum, ranging from foundational concepts to advanced techniques.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

MAnoeuvring

  • Ambulance length and width
  • Vehicle turning circle
  • Practise turning
  • Practise turning(more difficult)

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

BRAKING

The user learns about the principles of braking. This section goes through concepts such as braking distance, reaction time, and the relationship between speed and weight.

  • Braking distance
  • Practise heavy braking

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

SAFE DRIVING

The student is briefed on the importance of safe driving with a patient in the back. This is followed by a short exercise. The comfort level is visualised with a tool in the simulation.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

EMERGENCY RESPONCE

The user starts from the emergency centre after being briefed on the accident and proceeds to drive to the site while using the siren and blue lights.

On the way, the student will need to put previous exercises into practise, such as overtaking and safe driving.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

EMERGENCY RESPONCE (CONT.)

On arrival, the student safely parks the ambulance at the collision scene.
After inspecting the scene, the patient is loaded onto the ambulance.

The arrival can be accompanied by another user, who will interact with the simulation as a medical officer using VR-headset and controllers.

After the patient has been picked up, the student drives back to the emergency centre.

Exercise examples

Developed in collaboration with recognized authorities, our curriculum ensures an education that seamlessly fits into existing programs, all within the simulator. Students begin by learning basic theory, acquire the essential skills for vehicle control, and eventually move up to tackle more advanced aspects and manoeuvres.

Explore handpicked exercises from our curriculum, ranging from foundational concepts to advanced techniques.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

MAnoeuvring

  • Ambulance length and width
  • Vehicle turning circle
  • Practise turning
  • Practise turning(more difficult)

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

BRAKING

The user learns about the principles of braking. This section goes through concepts such as braking distance, reaction time, and the relationship between speed and weight.

  • Braking distance
  • Practise heavy braking

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

SAFE DRIVING

The student is briefed on the importance of safe driving with a patient in the back. This is followed by a short exercise. The comfort level is visualised with a tool in the simulation.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

EMERGENCY RESPONCE

The user starts from the emergency centre after being briefed on the accident and proceeds to drive to the site while using the siren and blue lights.

On the way, the student will need to put previous exercises into practise, such as overtaking and safe driving.

EXERCISE examples – ambulance

EMERGENCY RESPONCE (CONT.)

On arrival, the student safely parks the ambulance at the collision scene.
After inspecting the scene, the patient is loaded onto the ambulance.

The arrival can be accompanied by another user, who will interact with the simulation as a medical officer using VR-headset and controllers.

After the patient has been picked up, the student drives back to the emergency centre.