Tram simulator

Training technology for two different worlds

The tram unites the characteristics of railway and automotive transport. As a result, the scope of training involved always needs to be of the broadest possible variety

At the heart of a tram simulator lies the proper simulation of the surrounding traffic

Traffic in cities

  • Driving under normal and impaired conditions
  • Training for hazardous situations in a safe environment
  • High degree of interaction with traffic and pedestrians
  • Cross-training in large groups of tram drivers
  • Realistic environments: real lines and option to create invented lines for training purposes
  • Real signing and tramline safety systems
  • Realistic sensations: dynamic models, vehicle systems and interaction with all exterior elements
  • Considerable reduction in the costs associated with training
  • Choose between multi-purpose simulator or cabin replica
Tram simulator
Traffic in cities

Traffic in cities

The majority of tramlines interact frequently with the surrounding traffic and pedestrians. It is therefore important that a simulation of these actual circumstances be as realistic as possible.

LANDER is experienced in the design of railway and automotive simulators, which is of extreme importance in attaining this objective.

  • Simulation of slow-moving, normal and aggressive traffic
  • Normal and rule-breaking behaviour on the part of pedestrians and other vehicles
  • Great variety of different types of pedestrians
  • Pedestrians with special needs
  • Cars, motorcycles, and ambulances or other emergency vehicles
  • Simulation of hazardous situations with other traffic vehicles

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