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One century was enough for man to unfold his wings and soar across the planet from one side to the other.
LANDER'S driving simulators have reached the Norwegian market through Sporveien, the tram operator in the city of Oslo.
“I need companions, living ones, not dead companions and corpses which I carry with me wherever I wish.” – Friedrich Nietzsche (German Philosopher).
Tennessee Williams' play takes us on a journey through the most profound, human and universal feelings experienced by mankind.
Argentina’s Minister of Transport, Mario Meoni, recently visited the facilities of the National Railway Training Centre (CENACAF) in Temperley (in the Province of Buenos Aires).
It doesn't matter if it's day or night, dry or wet roads, the simulator is always ready to train motorcyclists and car drivers for what could happen to them on the streets of Singapore.
Rail traffic is coordinated across a huge network in which hundreds of trains cross tracks and arrive at and depart from stations.
Two years have passed since LANDER installed a tram driving simulator at the Nieuwegein depot. Aswin de Langen, QBuzz instructor in Utrecht, remembers it perfectly.