Unique features

Tenstar Simulation offers a wide range of professional machine education simulators divided into five industrial segments. Transportation, Construction, Agriculture, Forrestry and Traffic.
Simulation technology as a training tool is a proven concept in various professional fields. For example, surgeons, pilots and astronauts have already benefited from simulation-based training for many years.
Tenstar simulators are developed by engineers in close cooperation with key players in the respective markets to create realism, professional machine feeling and realistic work scenarios.
Tenstar graphics are designed with an emphasis on real machine models and actual working environments. Each machine type has a set of carefully developed exercises, optimised to train the students in areas of maintenance, driving skills, maneuvering skills, safety and special accessories for example GPS and tilt rotator.

Tenstar Scoring System
–TSS

Tenstar Scoring System provides performance-based scorecards and progress charts - focusing on Safety, Quality and Economy - enabling evaluation, feedback and incentive for student progress and development. The scorecard and progress charts allow the instructor to track each student’s development making it possible to give unique and personal instructions for every student. The Scoring System also enables real time feedback, to the student, ensuring continued and focused improvement in key areas.

• Administrator reporting tool enables the teacher to preload students details providing each user with a unique login identification.
• Individual feedback on performance score, helping students understand how to operate machinery in a safe, economic and high-quality manner.
• Scorecards can record every time the student trains using the simulator, both students and instructors can follow progress and identify areas requiring improvements.
• Tenstar Scoring System measures a wide variety of data and metrics, which is often not traditionally possible.

Multi Machine Environment
– MME

This is a groundbreaking feature in simulation as a training tool to prepare the student for the real interaction with other
users, says Fredrik Alexandersson, senior developer at Tenstar Simulation.
Multi Machine Environment - MME, allows the users to network multiple simulator seats/machines into one site environment. An example of this can be seen in the road construction exercise where a track excavator work with two articulated dump trucks delivering material to a dozer carrying out final trimming on the highway. Multiple users can enter the environment making interactive cooperative training possible.

Tenstar Record and Replay
–TRR

Tenstar Record and Replay - TRR, can record the whole training session and store it, all simulated features included, as a small file with a ground-breaking solution. Thanks to this it is possible to replay any situation in slow motion or stop it completely.

The replayed exercise can be viewed from any chosen angle at any given time. This timeline feature provides the instructor with an extended tool to follow up and provide feedback to the student. This makes it possible to understand why a situation occurred and how it could be prevented. The replay can be run on the simulator via the touch control or at the teacher’s computer both with a unique intuitive interface.

Eye Tracking

Eye tracking is starting to be used more and more within our simulators. It will optimise learning and feedback to the student on how for example the student uses the mirrors, identify dangerous/ sensitive objects and the general planning of the task.
Metrics created with eye tracking can be fed into the software and TSS for immediate feedback as well as going into reports. Face recognition can also be included for easy login and continuous identification of the user. Combining the eye tracking with TRR - Tenstar Record and Replay will provide an entirely new training layer when analyzing the users behavior.

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