Author: tecknotrove

International Mining Magazine talks to Tecknotrove about growing importance of simulation training for mining industry. Simulator based training is getting more advanced and is playing an important role in helping... Read More

Drones and UAV training (unmanned aerial vehicles) are becoming indispensable tools for businesses and the technology has been continuously evolving with its applications across numerous industries While Ecommerce, pharma,, food... Read More

Indian Chemical council is an apex body that successfully represents various sectors of the industry like petroleum refining, petrochemicals, fertilizers, pesticides, paints, organic and inorganic chemicals for over 70 years. Indian... Read More

No matter what preventive measures you take, it is impossible to avoid emergencies. Fires, earthquakes, or safety incidents at the workplace - you cannot predict when an emergency may strike.... Read More

Tecknotrove has recently launched a new range of training simulators with better motion experience.TecknoSIM full motion simulators are integrated with an advanced 6DOF motion platform that provides the cues of... Read More

Scania Commercial Vehicles India, a leading premium commercial vehicles and engines manufacturer, announced that its innovative simulator for driver training has been adopted at L&T service centre in Durgapur. The... Read More

Agnipath is a recruitment programme. Gives Indian youth the opportunity to serve four years in the Indian Armed Forces. The Union Cabinet launched the scheme in June 2022 to modernize... Read More

As per a 2020 report by a Swedish Think tank US military spends over half a million dollars per soldier and the UK military spends $367,000, Indian military spends a... Read More

I had a pleasure of holding a wheels in Blazo Simulator arrange during India Expo Mart. It was positively a nice drive with clean rigging altering and responsive accelerator. The... Read More

Many incidents occur on the airside each year due to bird strikes, runway incursions, ground handling incidents, Foreign object debris, airside vehicle collisions, airside security breaches, weather-related incidents, and technical... Read More