Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has successfully completed the delivery, installation, Site Acceptance Test and handover of a K-Sim Full Mission Engine Simulator to The Institute of Marine Engineers (IMEI) in India.
The Met Office has signed a partner agreement with Kongsberg Digital to offer meteorological and oceanographic data to its marine customers.
Kongsberg Digital has signed a contract with the Flemish Service for Employment and Vocational Training (VDAB) in Belgium for the delivery of a K-Sim Full Mission Fishery Simulator for beam trawling.
Kongsberg Digital has announced its new simulator system, designed to train officers and crew in advanced firefighting for preparedness in accordance with STCW Code requirements.
Kongsberg has announced that it has now opened up its Kognifai Partner Program to all third party developers, allowing companies to leverage its Kognifai infrastructure and the support of its Kongsberg Digital division to join its ecosystem of technologies and services available to Kongsberg customers.
Kongsberg Digital reports that it has been selected to deliver and support a package of ship’s bridge simulators for the Royal Australian Navy, to be used to reduce the costs associated with qualifying bridge watch keepers and other staff before going to sea.
Kongsberg has landed what it says is its largest ever simulator contract, following the agreement of a SGD$21.2 million (US$15.5m) deal with the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs for the delivery of four K-Sim Tactical Boat Handling and Firing Simulators to the Singapore Police Coast Guard, alongside a 10-year maintenance agreement.
GasLog has agreed a contract with Kongsberg Digital (KDI) for the delivery of a new LNG simulator package for training of GasLog’s LNG carrier crews.
Norwegian company Nautisk has announced a partnership that will see its digital navigation and bridge management products made available via Kongsberg Digital’s Kognifai platform.
Kongsberg has agreed a £500 million deal to acquire Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine, buying the marine products, systems and aftermarket services operations put up for sale by Rolls-Royce after the UK company conducted a strategic review of its business at the beginning of the year and decided to narrow its focus to concentrate on the aerospace, defence and power systems markets.
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