Turkish Chamber of Shipping Orders Transas Simulator

Friday, August 22, 2003
The Turkish Chamber of Shipping has ordered a combined full mission bridge and GMDSS simulator system from Transas Marine (UK) Ltd. to be supplied to the Training Center of TUDEV Maritime Academy, located at Tuzla, near Istanbul. The project is supported financially by the Turkish Ship Owners' Association. The system will comprise a full mission ship handling Transas simulator of the Navi-Trainer Professional 4000 type, including one main bridge with a full set of real ship controls and nine visualization channels, and a second CBT-bridge with reduced ship controls. Both bridges will be provided with ECDIS, ARPA/Radar, Conning and GMDSS. The contract includes a PC navigation classroom comprising six sets of Transas Navi-Trainer Expert stand alone navigational simulators with ECDIS, ARPA/Radar and Conning systems.
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