Becker Warkop

Interactive 3D simulator
that uses stereoscopic image
to create an illusion of depth

O projekcie

Becker-Warkop is a leading manufacturer of trolleys and transport systems for mining and heavy industry. We created a training and PR program aimed at mining trolleys operators. Application created in Quazar3D allows to learn conservation and maintenance of the vehicle, save resources, time and money. The training is held in a safe environment, where the equipment is does not wear out or break..

Case study

Mining machinery is complex, difficult to operate and highly expensive. No enterprise can allow unqualified and inexperienced staff to handle it. The risk of malfunction and the exposure of crew members cannot be taken lightly. But duration and costs of traditional training can be an obstacle for many companies.

What if a user could spent unlimited amount of time learning the equipment and make mistakes without any consequences? And what if the training machine did not deteriorate or break and was resistant to human errors? It’s possible with virtual training system we developed for Becker-Warkop using Quazar3D. The application reduces risk, costs and duration of the training, providing all information necessary to start work in real life.


Introduced training program was composed of three main elements that together create a comprehensive solution. It allows the workers to better understand the environment they work in and gain required skills quicker. The illusion of immersion into technical environment is provided by a special HMD helmet, that shows user the machine in every detail. Any object can be grabbed and moved, any button can be pushed. The motion control system determines of the position of the trainee, allowing to move around a virtual workshop and perform service procedures. Quazar3D integrates all these elements. Through training on a virtual machine user can get to know all functionalities, get to know new procedures and – what’s most important – learn from committed mistakes. It prevents errors in the real work environment. A virtual reality speeds up production, saves money and minimizes the risk.