KMSS Gets Contract

Tuesday, February 12, 2002
Evans & Sutherland Computer Corp. Panama Canal Authority (PCA) has awarded a contract to Kongsberg Maritime Ship Systems Inc. (KMSS Inc.) PCA has selected Kongsberg's POLARIS Full Mission Ship Handling Simulator System with a visual system based on the E&S simFUSION(TM) PC-based image generators. E&S will supply its simFUSION 4000d systems for use in a 360-degree and a 150-degree bridge being installed in the new Maritime Training Complex at the Panama Canal Authority's (PCA) Facility in Balboa, Panama. E&S simFUSION uses hardware full-scene antialiasing, an EIA (Electronic Industry Association) chassis configuration, support and configuration control services, and a demonstrated compatibility with KMSS simulation development tools.
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