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1 CAE TERRA – SIMULATOR BASED OPERATOR TRAINING CENTRE Productivity, Safety and Performance Improvement

2 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential CAE Overview 2 8,000 employees| Annual revenue $1.8b | Trains 100,000 people annually Invests 10% revenues/year R&D | $270m R&D for mining, healthcare and energy CAE has operations and facilities in 100 sites in > 20 countries 1,300 High-fidelity simulators in operation around the world

3 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Civil Training and Services  A global leader in aviation training services  42 aviation training locations worldwide for pilots and technicians –Equipped with more than 210 full-flight simulators –Serving more than 3,500 airlines, aircraft operators and OEMs  CAE Global Academy: world's largest network of ab initio flight schools –12 locations on five continents and a fleet of more than 240 aircraft 3

4 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Military Simulation Products, Training and Services  Leader for air, land and sea applications  Supplies products and services to more than 50 nations –Largest Canadian-owned defence contractor  Continued success for CAE USA –Supplier to all branches of U.S. defence forces –More than $150 million in business over the past 5 years from the “Night Stalkers,” the U.S. army’s elite Special Forces 4

5 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Complete suite for all segments of aviation 5 5

6 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Similarities (Mining vs Military) Site Vehicles Assets Safety Humans Tasks Data Data Collection Data Transport Data Adaptation Data Presentation Remote Order / Tasks (Dispatch / Command) Reporting / Status Analyzing / Reconciliation Decision / Activity planning

7 CAE Terra Simulator Model P&H 4100 XPC CAT 793F P&H

8 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential CAE Terra Deployable Trainer

9 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential CAE Terra Classroom

10 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential General Overview (Electric Shovel cabin) Screen Projectors Mirrors Motion System Instructor Area Simulated Cabin

11 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential CAE Mining Training Philosophy  To respond to a client’s specific needs, operational challenges and budget constraints.  To offer various training solutions, along with our simulator, from tailored or modular training packages to a complete turnkey solution.  To work in collaboration with the client to ensure successful training design solution and implementation.

12 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential An Integrated Simulation-Based Training Program Can Help Address the Skills Gap Efficiently and Cost-Effectively  Reduced time to proficiency by 50%  Reduced attrition by a factor of three, from 15% to 5%  Improved instructor efficiency by 300% The benefits of simulation… … bring tangible improvements to training* Learning by doing Significantly higher retention Skills acquisition and practice Problem solving/decision making skills Feedback and measurement Context relevance Safe failure High presence and immersion High engagement *Statistics based on CAE’s experience in Aviation over the last 30 years Source: A Comparison of Simulation-Based and Conventional Training Methods, Experience Builders LLC

13 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential CAE Terra Training System 13 CAE Terra Simulator Interactive E-Learning Classroom Instructor-lead CAE Classroom New Operators Workforce enters the Mining Industry Existing Operators enter from Mine site Qualified and Proficient Operators 80% are High Level Risk Learning correct equipment procedures Decrease fleet maintenance costs Increase fleet availability Improve overall Mine safety Prevent unforeseen Mine stoppage 20% enter to optimise daily tasks. Increase Mine productivity by improving efficiency of daily tasks. Examples of increased KPI’s are Increase load capacity Increase speed of loading times (spotting) Increased haulage capacity Mine Standards Achieved

14 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Haul Truck Lesson Samples Basic Operating Procedures - Forwards Stop and Go 1.Drive forwards, brake and park on a flat surface. 2.Drive forwards, navigating around simple obstacles Basic Operating Procedures - Reverse Stop and Go 1.Drive backwards and reverse park on flat surfaces 2.Change Directions and Speed Basic Haul Cycle 1.Load at loader 2.Hauling load 3.Dump load on stockpile Complex Operating Procedures – Basic manoeuvres 1.Drive forwards Around complex obstacles Through arches Down short steep ramps Down long grade Around hairpin curve Onto spoil using crossover Onto stockpile Into shop In soft ground In narrow corridor Utilizing runway lane 2.Park Fuel and lube station Facing downhill Facing uphill In parking ditch On a slope Complex Operating Procedures – Haul Cycle 1.Load Left side of shovel Right side of shovel From backhoe – Tail loading From backhoe – Side loading From Silo 2.Dumping Under Specified Conditions Into grizzlies In multi piles for pit floor repair Spread load Free dump on a spoil that is sloughing Emergency Operating Procedures Going downhill with ARC on and truck gaining speed (additional retardation with hand control) Downhill in slippery conditions Spin-out on uphill in slippery conditions Loss of control on level road in slippery conditions Evasive action for oncoming traffic in a skid situation ARC off ARC on ARC on and using service brake (overloaded truck) Loss of steering pressure Loss of brake oil pressure Front tire blowout Truck fire Skid ramp

15 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Cable Shovel Scenario Samples Start-Up Procedure 1.Basic step-by-step procedure Shutdown procedure 1.Normal Shutdown 2.Extended Shutdown 3.Emergency Shutdown 4.Lower Boarding shut Basic Motion Control Procedure 1.Safety check before starting to work 2.Hoist Motion Control 3.Swing Motion Control 4.Crowd Motion Control 5.Propel Motion Control 6.Linking Motion Control Normal Shovel Operation 1.Digging Cycle 2.Shovel Position (for and during operation) Single back-up Maximum Slew Angle Single back-up Shovel positioning sequence Single back-up Maximum Slew Angle Single back-up Shovel positioning sequence 3.Digging Maneuver Normal Digging Dig low face Dig medium face Dig high face Control Rock in face Control frost lumps Dig ramp going up or down Normal Shovel Operation - Continued 1.Loading Maneuver Normal Loading Loading Truck on both sides Loading Method Single back-up – Bench Cut Single back-up – Box Cut Double back-up – Bench Cut Double back-up – Box cut Frost layer Bucket sequence Modified drive-by 2.Proper Dig Plan, Sequencing and Power Cable Setups 3.GenSet 2.Special Shovel Operation Propel to Cable Satellite and pick-up Propel to Cable Spool and pick-up Emergency Operating Procedures Dealing with Fire Dealing with Truck failure Dealing with Loss of visibility Snow Fog Rain Collaboration with Maintenance function Hoist rope unravel Hoist rope breaks Fault-control loss Lose Limits Lose hoist limits

16 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Simulator Learning Activities Engine  Main Features –Monitor Student progress via Competences View Performance View –Providing Scoring –Custom based performance view Custom based Performance View Lesson Competences View

17 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Instructor Station IOS Tablet PC &MultiTouch Easy to use Lesson Plan Editor Recording Malfunctions Ergonomic Multi-touch Tablet PC Option Easy to use & operational Enhanced Debrief Capability Extended Lesson plan Capabilities (LPS) Driving Interaction from Instructor Offer same capabilities as the regulated aviation industry instructors station 17

18 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Leveraging CAE’s motion expertise Extensive capabilities High Pay Load availability 6 DOF rotary actuators Compact: 15 inches height (retracted) Pay load: 1,000kg Following FAA regulations Motion System 18

19 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Mission Training Maximize return on simulator cabin purchase, Becomes a training device when not in the classroom simulator. Operation for basic lesson and vehicle induction training.

20 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential Increased Retention and Proficiency Key Simulator Training differentiator  Enhanced realism and fidelity based on the aviation standard –High-fidelity simulation –Advanced Soil/Rock Dynamics interaction with terrain –High fidelity visuals –High definition projector screens –Six degrees-of-freedom motion system –Instructor station based on our aviation simulators –Brief-debrief system 20

21 CAE Inc. and/or Proprietary Information Confidential


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