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conexpo2017VRJournal learned Tuesday that American Piledriving Equipment Inc. (APE) has been working closely with Ziaphos — a visual media production agency — to bring Foundation Construction “into the Digital Age.”

Not surprisingly, that journey involves Virtual Reality.

VR, the company says, has made a “stunning re-emergence into the market” in recent years. And APE is looking to capitalize on this hot emerging trend.

“APE’s innovative team has taken this cutting edge technology and produced two exciting VR experiences that will make you feel like you’re really there!” a provided statement reads. “They are proud to announce that these VR Experiences will premiere this March at ConExpo 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.”

For the first time ever, users can experience sitting in a virtual excavator with full control of the boom & crowd sticks, as well as cab rotation. You’ll feel like you’re actually there as you operate their HD200 driver to grab and install 20ft. HD Pile and feel what it’s like to quickly and efficiently build a foundation.

If you’re headed to the Las Vegas conference this week, APE can be found at the ConExpo from March 7-11 at booth: Silver Lot Space S5259.


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