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Resolve opens engine room simulator

Resolve Maritime Academy in Fort Lauderdale (Florida) has opened its new Transas engine room simulator, with classes taking place this month.

The recently installed ERS 5000 TechSim is connected to Resolve’s full mission bridge simulator, allowing integrated training options for a variety of courses.

“Connecting the simulators means we can offer Resource Management and Integrated Systems training to our clients,” said David Boldt, simulation training group manager.

The academy says that the ERS 5000 TechSim has allowed it to expand its course offerings to engineers from all sectors of the maritime industry including the offshore, tanker, and cruise sectors.

The Transas ERS meets STCW code requirements.

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