vSHIP - New Ship Simulator For The Offshore Industry

Monday, March 28, 2011

Morehead City, North Carolina, March 28, 2011 - Marine Simulation is pleased to announce the release of their latest product.  vSHIP is specifically designed to train and prepare ship-board personnel for the ever growing roles and responsibilities they face in support of the offshore industry.  Flexible scalability, unmatched visual realism, and compliance to a wide range of industry standard interfaces are all integral to the simulator's design.

Available as a desktop PC based simulator, vSHIP can  interface with marine electronics and navigation software via industry standard interfaces, as well as with other vSHIP and ROVsim Pro installations, providing a real world, coordinated operation simulation.  Drawing on our experience in undersea simulation, vSHIP sets a new level of unmatched visual realism and advanced physics simulation.  Potential training applications include:  offshore mooring and support operations, coordinated bridge / ROV team operations, naval mine and ordnance sweeping and clearance, as well as complex mission rehearsal.
 

Source:Marine Simulation LLC

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