Four anti-collision and zoning systems DCS 61-S are installed on the various cranes of the AFPA training center at Egletons in Corrèze, France. Intended for the training of future crane operators, they will allow learning in real work situations. The latest anti-collision system developed by AMCS technologies, is compatible with the new generation of cranes, which benefit from more features and comply with future standards. The four DCS 61-S equips a Liebherr 71 EC-B, a Potain GMA IGO 50, a GMA HD 25 and a Potain GME MC 85 crane in travelling.
Often perceived as a tool slowing down site productivity, AMCS technologies teams educate and inform manufacturers, rental companies and construction companies in order to deconstruct these preconceived ideas. The main objective is to restore confidence in the usage of anti-collision systems. The effort has already paid off, since they were seen as a real asset. Thus, the presence of AMCS technologies products in the AFPA training center is part of the overall strategy of the company.
Crane operators of the future are trained in real working conditions in order to understand all the functions of the product most used on construction sites across the world. The training offers a complete notion of the crane operator profession.
AMCS technologies is the reference in anti-collision systems for tower cranes. The company participates in prestigious projects around the world , where it supports its customers additionally through training. In fact, training is one of the priorities for AMCS technologies. Each year, more than a hundred people are trained for a better understanding of its products but also to benefit from the technical expertise of its teams. The company also equips private training centers around the world; these include the IFSB in Luxembourg and the Morrow company in Salem, USA.