‘Simulation and Training without Boundaries’

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

November 11, 2015

Photo: Transas

Photo: Transas

More than 200 experts from all around the world are expected to attend the global Simulation User Conference (SimUC 2016) “Simulation and Training without boundaries”, which will be hosted by Transas in Singapore on January 28, 2016.
Transas SimUC is an international event that gathers Transas simulators users and Transas partners to exchange experience and ideas about maritime simulation and training.
The Simulation and Training without boundaries theme will embrace trending subjects such as e-Navigation and cloud simulation; human element, leadership and management (HELM) training; STCW requirements for engineer training, onboard simulation solutions, research and development applications of the simulators; innovative HW approach; naval simulation and training, automated assessment advances, ECDIS and navigational skills training, cargo handling training, offshore and DP simulation, polar code introduction and many more.
With three months to go before the conference start, 67 papers are confirmed, and more than 200 participants from 41 countries have already registered to attend.
Among the SimUC 2016 speakers are Captain Hans Hederström, CSMART managing director, Captain Reto Weber, Simulation Manager at the Chalmers University of Technology, Captain, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Selcuk Nas, Vice Dean at the Dokuz Eylul University, Georg Haase, Nautitec managing director, Serdar Dundar from Piri Reis University, and John Richard Wright, Managing director at the WrightWay Limited, an active contributor to the IMO's coming requirements for HELM.
“We aim to create an effective balance between conference sessions and informal discussions during social events,” said Ralf Lehnert, Transas Simulation Business Division Director. “One of the key benefits of events like this is the opportunity to meet and share professional knowledge and experiences of our peers.”
Program and registration details can be found here.
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