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Thuringia opens up the doors of Germany's police forces to Lander
Friday, November 29, 2019

Thuringia opens up the doors of Germany's police forces to Lander

One of LANDER's main focuses recently has been the creation of a full range of simulators for police forces.

A dual boost for the LANDER Project Manager team
Monday, November 18, 2019

A dual boost for the LANDER Project Manager team

LANDER is pleased to announce the engagement of two new employees to boost the solid Project Manager team headed up by LANDER's Technical Manager Jon Ares.

Lander delivers a new Locomotive simulator training center in Bangladesh
Monday, November 4, 2019

Lander delivers a new Locomotive simulator training center in Bangladesh

Lander has delivered a locomotive simulator training center to Bangladesh Railway.

LANDER moves into the African continent alongside SETRAM
Thursday, October 24, 2019

LANDER moves into the African continent alongside SETRAM

Most of Algeria, the largest country on the African continent, is taken up by the Sahara desert, and it is divided from east to west by a double barrier of mountains.

US vs. European lorry
Thursday, October 10, 2019

US vs. European lorry

The glory of road travel has never gone unnoticed in films.

Police motorcyclists face constant risk
Monday, September 23, 2019

Police motorcyclists face constant risk

The number of motorcycles on European roads has more than doubled over the last two decades. Regardless of type, this mode of transport has become an integral part of today's society.

Lander moves into the rail market in Australia
Friday, September 13, 2019

Lander moves into the rail market in Australia

LANDER has again moved close to its antipode with a recent contract to supply driving simulators to Transport for New South Wales.

MPK Wroclaw- Technology and history together
Wednesday, September 4, 2019

MPK Wroclaw- Technology and history together

Wroclaw has a population of around 630,000 and a metropolitan area of over a million, making it Poland's fourth largest city. It is also one of the country's main cities for manufacturing industries, banking and cultural centres.