Stertil-Koni to Debut Virtual Reality in Heavy Duty Vehicle Lifts at 2017 APTA EXPO – An Industry First

Stertil-Koni brings an industry first, Virtual Reality experience to APTA Expo

Leveraging its technological and engineering prowess, Stertil-Koni recognized that one of the most effective ways to engage the vehicle lifting world was to bring it all to life in a sophisticated, hyper-real computer animation via virtual reality (VR).

Heavy duty vehicle lift leader Stertil-Koni will debut a major industry first at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) EXPO, held October 9-11 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, where the company will unveil an exciting virtual reality (VR) experience for attendees – vividly showcasing the company’s pioneering advances in heavy duty vehicle lifts.

Here is what’s special: Attendees will for the first time get an unparalleled and previously inaccessible look – above and below ground – at the inner workings of a world-class inground telescopic piston lift, the DIAMONDLIFT, and a true vertical rise, clear-floor-concept platform lift, the SKYLIFT.

Leveraging its technological and engineering prowess, Stertil-Koni recognized that one of the most effective ways to engage the vehicle lifting world was to bring it all to life in a sophisticated, hyper-real computer animation via virtual reality (VR).

Rising to the challenge, Stertil-Koni has designed a system whereby attendees at APTA will be able to wear special 3D goggles and see for themselves what happens in a sophisticated fleet maintenance facility and look first-hand above and below ground with 360-degree panoramic views.

To experience Virtual Reality in Heavy Duty Vehicle Lifting at the APTA EXPO, attendees can visit the Stertil-Koni booth #6633 in Hall C, where they will be able to see a broad range of the company’s vehicle lifting systems – mobile column lifts, the DIAMONDLIFT, the SKYLIFT and the ECOLIFT.

As for attendees using special 3D goggles, they will get an “up-close and personal” look at the recently introduced Continuous Recess option on the DIAMONDLIFT. It too is an industry first – one in which the lifting unit travels horizontally while fully retracted, making it easier and safer to lift a broad range of vehicles – notably those with low ground clearance.

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