Superior Energy Services of Houston, Texas, has taken delivery of a new maritime training simulator from Kongsberg Maritime which will be used to provide integrated, real-time training for Superior’s offshore marine personnel at its new facility in Anchorage, Alaska.
A new simulator designed to train engineers and crew in seismic streamer deck handling using the Kinect motion sensor system from Microsoft has been installed at Vestfold University College in Norway.
Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) reports that it has completed the first phase of a delivery to provide the US Army Transportation School in Virginia with a multi-function classroom capable of running simulations for GMDSS, Radar, ECDIS and AIS training.
VSTEP has agreed a contract with the simulation centre of the Technical University in Varna, Bulgaria, for the delivery of two NAUTIS Bridge Simulators and classrooms with desktop Navigation and Engine Room Simulators.
VSTEP, in cooperation with its distribution partner Shipbridge, reports that it has successfully delivered and installed a NAUTIS desktop simulator at the National Taiwan Ocean University in Keelung, Taiwan.
Transas reports that two new maritime training facilities in the US and in Indonesia featuring its simulation technology are now open, and ready to accept cadets for training.
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