Motorcycle driving simulator 2.0.
A solution for every type of motorbike
The sensations and skills required to handle a motorbike vary depending on the model and the environment in which it is used: in the city or on the open road.
In a bid for 100% reality, LANDER has created a range of high-CC/low-CC motorbike simulators.
Discover the 2.0 motorbike
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Technology in the face of complexity
The increasing difficulty of simulating realistic ride sensations for high-CC motorbikes (over 400 CC) has produced a completely new kind of simulator with a highly complex and specific technology system.
A motorbike simulator designed for the professional user.
The simulator can include any real high-CC bike (the current design includes the Honda CB 500 X).
All the bike's controls are functional (brake and clutch, throttle, gear-change pedal, indicators etc.)
All this helps convey 100% realistic sensations to the rider.
Riders will feel the vibrations in the seat as soon as they start up the bike. This effect helps recreate the sensation of power in these high-CC bikes.
Surround sound system
A 5.1. surround sound system accurately reproduces aerodynamic noise and ride noise, the sounds of weather conditions (rain, wind etc.), the sounds of other vehicles etc.
A view of the real world
The motorbike simulator's visual system immerses the trainee in a real-world driving environment thanks to top-quality images and a field of vision which reproduces the view from a real bike.
The system features:
- 5 49” full HD flat TV screens.
- 200º horizontal vision and a view of the road surface under the front wheel.
Rear-view mirrors like the real thing
Though small, the rear-view mirrors are key features to guarantee road safety.
The simulator accurately reproduces the mirrors on each bike, for a realistic ride and better training.
Specific motion system
LANDER has developed a specific system for high-CC bikes to adapt to the ride and to specific real features such as stoppage of the bike.
The Pitch & Roll movements accurately reproduce travel through bends and the sensations of acceleration and braking.
This helps trainees learn how to handle the bike in normal situations and in scenarios of greater danger, thereby acquiring the skills to carry out their daily tasks.
The simulator conveys sensations to trainees which vary according to different parameters such as:
- Hardness changes with bike speeds
- Influence of the trainee's weight on the ride
Urban or interurban, on the right or on the left
All LANDER units can simulate driving on the right or on the left, with all the necessary software and hardware adaptations involved.
Trainees can also gain experience in urban and interurban environments, and on practice facilities.
Each simulator is detail-customised to include the signing of the country concerned.
The instructor has access to a wide range of tools to create real danger scenarios to adapt to trainees' operational situations.
This means each unit is unique, and can offer a wide range of possibilities:
- Adaptation of traffic to the conditions of each country.
- Adaptation of incidents with traffic and vehicle breakdowns at any point.
- Adaptation of weather conditions.