CM Labs envisages the job site of the future

By Christian Shelton08 May 2021

In this exclusive video, to complement the New Technology Update feature in the May issue of ICST (published 18 May 2021, subscribe here), Julien Richer-Lanciault, product manager at Canadian simulation specialist CM Labs, shares his thoughts on what the job site of the future might look like in the immediate future and beyond.

He covers many aspects including using simulators for work scheduling, how to ensure simulators accurately recreate the feel of operating heavy machinery, and why we should not be concerned that the machines are taking over. 

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