Imtech, VSTEP Partner on Maritime Simulation

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Imtech Marine & Offshore and VSTEP announced their cooperation to deliver new maritime training simulators. The partnership combines Imtech’s worldwide experience in maritime systems and VSTEP’s innovative 3D simulation technology to introduce a new range of maritime simulators which are affordable, maintainable and adaptable for both the profit and non-profit market.
 
The cooperation was launched at the NIDV (Netherlands Industries for Defence & Security) Symposium & Exhibition 2010 using the theme Partners in Technology. The partnership starts off with a cost-effective DNV Class A compliant bridge for maritime training schools, naval academy’s and ship owners. Further areas of cooperation include joint solution development and marketing, participation in military tenders and projects. Customers can be served worldwide through the network of 70 Imtech Marine offices along the world’s sea lines of communication and VSTEP’s offices in The Netherlands and North America.
 

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