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Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc.

Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc. (AME) is a naval architecture and marine engineering firm that provides support in ship acquisition management, production support, human systems integration, and ship survivability and protection. AME's ship design and engineering services for surface ships, submarines, ship systems and components include work in R&D, testing and evaluation, new ship designs, modernizations of existing ships and conversions of ships to new missions. AME also develops shiphandling and navigation simulators for use in personnel training.

The company's engineering stations provide 3-D modeling of complex systems, including their transfer from existing CAE/CAD systems, and real-time rendering of photorealistic textured models. For more information on Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc. Circle 33 on Reader Service Card




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