Kongsberg Maritime Continues Training Center Investment

Monday, April 07, 2008

Kongsberg Maritime's ongoing investment and development in its customer training program continues apace with the delivery of advanced new equipment to its training centre in . The equipment was installed in preparation for the first automation training course to be held there, which took place at the end of February 2007 for customer, OSG Shipping.
The new equipment is based on the company's new K-Chief machinery and engine automation systems, which encompasses Kongsberg Maritime's famous DataChief and AutoChief automation systems, both of which are in common use onboard vessels of all types around the world. The delivery consists of several engine room simulator systems of the full mission variety, featuring identical consoles and controls as found on vessels currently sailing.


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