Transas Installs Simulator Complex in Montenegro

Tuesday, October 29, 2002
In September 2002, Transas supplied its integrated simulator complex to Azalea Maritime Training Centre in Montenegro, Yugoslavia. According to the contract, the procurement included a Transas Navi-Trainer Professional 3000 navigational bridge simulator with 3 visualisation channels, real bridge consoles and steering equipment. Further, a PC-based networked ERS 2000 engine room simulator with a Ship’s Diesel Propulsion Plant, Ship’s Electric Power Plant and an Auxiliary Systems and Machinery simulator; and liquid cargo handling simulator for onboard operations with Liquefied Natural Gas Cargo are included. The installation work carried out by Transas engineers was followed, as always, by a 3-day training course organized at the premises of the Azalea training center. Officials from the Montenegro government, local and foreign guests participated in the inauguration ceremony of the new simulator facility.
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