Railway simulators

Over 375 simulators across the five continents.

From the onset, LANDER has aimed to be a global company. Thanks to this focus, our more than 375 railway simulators around the world speak more than 10 different languages and are catered to the specific characteristics of countries from every corner of the globe.

We develop simulators for every kind of railway vehicle and traffic control centre

Train, metro, trams and much more

Tradition and innovation

Aside from conventional simulators of the replica variety, LANDER's multi-purpose machines are increasingly providing operators with new means of training that are more versatile and efficient.

Tradition and innovation
Multi-purpose training station

Multi-purpose training station

The most versatile solution with an elevated degree of realism

  • Simulates different vehicles at the same training station
  • Real controls + virtual controls
  • Virtual train for tasks outside the driver's cabin
  • Fast and simple change of vehicle
  • Multiplies training options
  • Greater versatility at lower costs

Cabin replica training station

Where maximum realism is needed, conventional simulators provide an environment of total immersion.

  • Maximum degree of realism and immersion
  • All of a train's actual controls and HMIs
  • Complete replica of a cabin or replica of the driver's desk
  • Virtual train for tasks outside the driver's cabin
  • Option to include motion platform
Cabin replica training station
Instructor station

Instructor station

The most important pillar of any training programme is the instructor. These are the people in charge of making sure that the knowledge required for driving is consolidated and made into a reference for future railway engine drivers. This requires proper planning, in order for the required tools to be available.

  • Total control over the simulation
  • Option to design all the necessary exercises: selection of vehicle, route, climate conditions, traffic, malfunctions, traffic incidents
  • Organising the training plan
  • Editing existing exercises
  • Modifying the conditions of the current exercise
  • Re-simulation mode for replaying saved sessions
  • Full evaluation of the trainee
  • Efficient driving mode for improving drivers' efficiency