Navi-Trainer 4000 Installed in Tenerife

Monday, May 10, 2004
Transas Europe GmbH has successfully commissioned a Navi-Trainer 4000 Fishing Simulation System combined with TGS 4100 GMDSS Simulation System and ERS 4000 Simulation System at Tenerife, Spain. This procurement provides the largest simulator on the island of Tenerife. The new simulator, installed at Instituto de Formacion Maritimo Pesquero de Tenerife, includes one GMDSS instructor station and eight trainee stations, as well as one navigational instructor station with one main bridge. The main bridge comprises three-channel visualization, plus numerous dedicated hardware and software modules for items such as Navaids, Complete Fishing Station, Conning Display, ECDIS and a GMDSS Station. Following client demands three radars (Bridgemaster E, Furuno and Nucleus) were included on the main bridge, all of which were connected through Transas Radar Imitator Cards. The first instructor training at Instituto de Formacion Maritimo Pesquero de Tenerife, conducted by TTC Transas Training & Consulting GmbH, was held recently.
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