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Captain Ted Morley, MPT

Chief Operations Of? cer

Credit: MPT the skills but the job itself. This effort has led to several innovative approaches that “THESIS is the connected com- have become standard ‘best practices’ munity of the ship, shore of? ce, within many of our client companies.” the ship traf? c authorities and academy working together on

Relationships Matter

When it comes to maritime training a cloud based shared data plat- and simulation itself, MPT and CMS form to enable smarter opera- have one important thing in common. tions, safety and navigation.”

Longstanding relationships with simula- – Transas CEO, Frank Coles tion technology providers has improved training, competency and allowed both institutions to remain at the forefront of their respective specialties. Looking ahead, it is obvious that the evolution of simulation capabilities – for both

Kongsberg and Transas – is anything but over. Because of it, maritime train- ing will continue to evolve for the better.

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