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Maritime Simulation Trends

BY KATHY A. SMITH imulation training continues to Delhi, India, designs and builds simu- into their own when integrated simula- ers. In fact, ARI has over 1,000 simula- grow in its varied applications lators with a high degree of real-world tors work together in a uni? ed mission tor installations worldwide. In addition, to help train of? cers and crews experience. According to the company’s exercise.” ARI experts have conducted Train-the-

Sin their vital roles. Simulator mission, its aim is to provide a training ARI is in the unique position of being Trainer courses on behalf of the IMO for technology is also advancing in response environment that’s the next best thing a leading simulation equipment manu- many organizations.

to growing demand for more customized to being there. “Our simulation systems facturer and also a major provider of In the last seven years, the company and complicated training scenarios that are extremely ? exible,” says Mr. Shra- simulated-based training. The company has upgraded its modeling infrastructure mimic real-life situations. van Rewari, CEO. “Standalone simula- specializes in customized simulation by infusing new talent and technology. tors are an ideal medium for individual programs for vessel bridge operations, As Rewari points out, soon to be gone

ARI Simulation skill development and reinforcement. crane operations, dynamic positioning, are the days of a one-size-? ts-all simula-

ARI Simulation headquartered in New Simulation solutions, however, come machinery operations and many oth- tion solution. Buyers are demanding en-

BCIT’s marine campus has seven bridge simulators. The bridges can all be interconnected as necessary for particular training exercises. Transport Canada also sets the curriculum for deck of? cers. BCIT runs Simulated

Electronic Navigation (SEN) courses on a regular basis – training of? cers on how to understand and interpret radar, navigate safely and execute a passage correctly from point A to point B.

CREDIT: BCIT 26 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • MARCH 2016

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