Products and services
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE INDUSTRY
Creanex develops unique work machinery in cooperation with its customers. All we need is a spark to get started as we can take on full responsibility for complete development concepts and study of product ideas.
SIMULATOR SOLUTIONS FOR THE INDUSTRY
Many global work machinery manufacturers have partnered with Creanex to design and implement simulator solutions for their machines.
Creanex offers next generation work machine training solutions for schools in the fields of excavation and logistics. Studies show that productivity between drivers can vary 20-40% due to the differences in driving and work planning skills.
COMMON TO ALL CREANEX SOLUTIONS IS THAT THEY IMITATE MACHINE FUNCTIONS AND WORKING CONDITIONS BOTH IN UNDER REALISTIC AND APPROPRIATE WAYS.
Renewed Multimachine Simulator
Multimachine Simulator was renewed with the user in mind and improvements were made based of the customer feedback. Simulator is now able to offer you even more realistic experiences while changing between different machines is still as easy as was before.
Creanex Harvester Simulator is an effective and cost-saving solution to practice machine operation skills. The detailed simulation of combine head functions and harvesting process ensure a realistic working experience. You can fine-tune your working techniques in different fields and make precise plans for unloading the harvester.
Creanex was part of developing the first ambulance simulator in Finland
In May 2017 South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK) brought into use the first ambulance simulator in Finland.
Helsinki Vocational College Upgrades to Virtual in Logistics Training
Since August 2015 the students of logistics have begun their practical training for all vehicles, fork lifts, excavators, loaders and log trucks with Creanex simulators.
SIMU2014 Project Brought Simulators to Nivala
Nivala Vocational College brought in three Creanex training simulators at the newly introduced Earthworks study program. Earthworks teacher Laitala sees the simulators as ideal training tools and students have also welcomed the simulator training with positive feedback.