Simulator training acquisition

Immersive Technologies has acquired Perth-based Mining Training Services (MTS) to help address the Australian mining and civil industries shortage of operators.

Immersive Technologies has acquired Perth-based Mining Training Services (MTS) to help address the Australian mining and civil industries shortage of operators.

MTS is a registered training organisation with a history of providing high quality training to the mining and civil industries on mobile plant, according to Immersive.

MTS will now be known as Immersive Operator Training.

Immersive Operator Training now delivers nationally recognised training courses that include advanced simulators that are approved by the mining equipment manufacturers, real machines and theoretical knowledge all delivered by experienced and qualified trainers on a working quarry training site conveniently located just 30 minutes north of Perth.

Immersive Technologies supplies operator training simulators used in the mining and earthmoving industries. The company has 330 simulator modules at 130 locations in 21 countries.

Its advanced Equipment (AE) Simulators are considered vital to many of the world’s leading mining companies such as BHP Billiton, and CVRD.

Immersive has exclusive licensing and technical information alliances with the leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) including: Caterpillar, Komatsu, Liebherr, Hitachi and Bucyrus.

Customer support offices are located in Perth and Brisbane, Australia, Salt Lake City USA, Johannesburg South Africa, and Santiago Chile.

Don Forbes

Immersive Technologies

dforbes@ImmersiveTechnologies.com

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