ECO Delivers Two PC Ship Simulators To Navy

Two desktop computer navigation and shiphandling simulators were recently delivered to the Headquarters, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Norfolk, Va., by Engineering Computer Optecnomics, Inc. (ECO), Annapolis, Md.

The Captains I desktop simulators will enhance the training of U.S. Navy personnnel in shiphandling, navigation and operations in restricted waters under any wind or current conditions.

The Captains I simulator consists of a computer with monitor and a miniature bridge console. The software provided contains mathematical models for several types of ships and for various ports. The highly flexible Captains I simulator can be used for either training on shore or aboard ship, to increase shiphandling training opportunities for off-section bridge personnel. The Captains I system provided to the Navy is one of a series of shipboard simulators. Captains shiphandling and navigation simulators are available for any ship type operating in any port or geographic area.

For free information about the Captains shiphandling simulators from ECO, Inc., Circle 18 on Reader Service C a r d

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 36,  Jul 1992

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