New Version Ship Simulator Pro

Monday, January 11, 2010
Image courtesy VSTEP

Maritime Simulator Developer VSTEP released a new version of Ship Simulator Professional.
 
This new release includes advanced functional updates and introduces an important new component of the Instructor Station: the Exercise Manager. This is an extended version of the Mission Editor, combined with a multiplayer server. It has the option to assign trainees to the vessels in the exercise, and manage the exercise while one or more trainees are active. With the exercise manager, the instructor can see all trainees move around, record all vessel movements, change time & weather conditions, add new vessels, add or remove mooring lines, all while the exercise is running.

You can video recordings of the Instructor Station with the Exercise Manager in action at the Ship Simulator Professional website.  Maritime Professionals can apply for a free evaluation copy at the website.
 

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