RMA selects Transas Engine Room Simulator

MarineLink.com
Monday, April 29, 2013
Photo: Transas

Resolve Maritime Academy (RMA) has ordered the Transas Techsim 5000, DNV approved, Class A, Full Mission Engine Room Simulator for their new simulation facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  
 


The new engine simulation systems currently being deployed will facilitate the conduct of a wide range of courses for the training of marine engineers, including operational and emergency procedures and crew resource management training with Resolve’s existing Transas Full Mission Bridge Simulators.


The simulator system will offer a high level of flexibility, employing a combination of real controls and the latest Techsim 5000 touch screen technology, thereby allowing RMA to maximize their training effectiveness by simulating multiple engine platforms (Diesel Electric, Slow Speed Diesel, Medium Speed Diesel, CODOG, etc.) within the same full mission simulation spaces.
 

  • Photo: Transas

    Photo: Transas

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