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

Tram simulator equipment

Basic training, refresher training, evaluation of skills.

  • Training in tram safety systems
  • Learning of routes
  • Learning to drive new and existing vehicles
  • Breakdown protocol training
  • Training in critical and emergency situations
  • Collaborative training between drivers
  • Communications training
  • Learning to drive in interaction with road traffic
  • Eco-driving
Tram simulator equipment
Real scenarios

Real scenarios

Simulation of the real routes, stations and depots of the operation

Real rolling stock

Simulation of the behaviour of the rolling stock including the main systems (electric, traction/brake, hydraulic, HMIs, door operation) and the possible breakdowns

Real rolling stock
Actual driving conditions

Actual driving conditions

Accurate reproduction of the actual driving conditions. Most trams have a high degree of interaction with road traffic and pedestrians. Therefore, it is important that the simulation of this interaction is as realistic as possible.

LANDER has experience in the design of both rail and automotive simulations which is extremely important in order to achieve this goal.

  • Simulation of slow, normal or aggressive traffic
  • Normal or rule-breaking behaviour of pedestrians and other vehicles
  • Wide variety of types of pedestrian
  • Pedestrians with special needs
  • Cars, motorcycles, ambulances and other emergency vehicles
  • Simulation of risk situations involving other vehicles

Passenger monitoring

Monitoring of passengers in stations and on board

Passenger monitoring

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