Rigging Training in AR

The proper use of rigging equipment is an important part of material handling safety. We have partnered with leading company Bishop Lifting Products to build the first rigging inspection simulator for mobile AR (Augmented Reality on your smartphone/tablet).

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3 AR simulators for rigging training

3 AR simulators for rigging training

Rigging Inspection Training

Rigging Inspection Training

The Augmented Reality (AR) training simulator is used for rigging gear inspection training on hardware and equipment. Trainees walk around a life-size digital rack loaded with more than 2,000 lbs of rigging equipment, and they must identify 42 flaws that may cause potential hazards.

The simulator provides immediate feedback on the trainee's selection, allowing them to learn and remember key steps to inspect lifting hardware and equipment correctly. Trainees spend about 40 minutes in the simulator to complete the two scenarios. They can practice for up to 20 hours until they pass the challenge.

This AR simulator is all about  hands-on inspection of gear which was actually damaged in the field. This program is designed to build the inspector’s confidence in inspection techniques and improve their decision making skills.

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Rigging: Audit of loads

Rigging: Audit of loads

Our AR training simulator is used for pre-lift rigging inspections. Trainees walk around several configurations of four life-size loads ready to be lifted: a steel beam, a pipe, a steel coil, and a valve. They then proceed to inspection reports, determining if the rigging has been done correctly.

The simulator provides immediate feedback on the trainee's choice, allowing them to learn and remember the key points on what to look for in a pre-lift inspection. Trainees spend about 20 minutes in the simulator to complete the scenarios.

With this hands-on training simulator, trainees will learn how to inspect loads with different materials and rigging inspection techniques, with the goal of ultimately becoming a certified inspector.

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Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Four loads must be prepared for lifting. The user has to choose the right equipment from the rack: slings, shackles, hooks, protections, etc.

Then they must decide on the most appropriate and efficient hitch type to meet the requirements of their mission. For example, they may  have to rig the load and make sure there is no risk of scratching it during the lift.

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Rigging Inspection Training

Rigging Inspection Training

The Augmented Reality (AR) training simulator is used for rigging gear inspection training on hardware and equipment. Trainees walk around a life-size digital rack loaded with more than 2,000 lbs of rigging equipment, and they must identify 42 flaws that may cause potential hazards.

The simulator provides immediate feedback on the trainee's selection, allowing them to learn and remember key steps to inspect lifting hardware and equipment correctly. Trainees spend about 40 minutes in the simulator to complete the two scenarios. They can practice for up to 20 hours until they pass the challenge.

This AR simulator is all about  hands-on inspection of gear which was actually damaged in the field. This program is designed to build the inspector’s confidence in inspection techniques and improve their decision making skills.

Read more →
Rigging: Audit of loads

Rigging: Audit of loads

Our AR training simulator is used for pre-lift rigging inspections. Trainees walk around several configurations of four life-size loads ready to be lifted: a steel beam, a pipe, a steel coil, and a valve. They then proceed to inspection reports, determining if the rigging has been done correctly.

The simulator provides immediate feedback on the trainee's choice, allowing them to learn and remember the key points on what to look for in a pre-lift inspection. Trainees spend about 20 minutes in the simulator to complete the scenarios.

With this hands-on training simulator, trainees will learn how to inspect loads with different materials and rigging inspection techniques, with the goal of ultimately becoming a certified inspector.

Read more →
Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Four loads must be prepared for lifting. The user has to choose the right equipment from the rack: slings, shackles, hooks, protections, etc.

Then they must decide on the most appropriate and efficient hitch type to meet the requirements of their mission. For example, they may  have to rig the load and make sure there is no risk of scratching it during the lift.

Read more →

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