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Simsoft develops simulators for diving and floating marine platforms. These simulators are being used for sailing training of personnel on maneuver, approaching, and leaving; they are also used for training of users who are responsible of critical mechanical and electronic systems. Efficient training systems are provided for corporations through real lifelike all kind of geographic, meteorological conditions, and incident based scenarios.
“Bridge simulator provides platform operation and management trainings under all kind of meteorological and topographic conditioned scenarios in high fidelity reality. Developed systems behaviors in most realistic way as in mathematical model and hardware component suitability in accordance with requested marine platforms.”
GMDSS simulator provides training on wireless communication of deck personnel, and it also provides application of global marine danger and security systems (GMDSS) regulations.
Damage Control Simulators
Simulator systems are being developed for increasing experiences and recruiting on damage control as a person or a team of personnel assigned at marine platform.
Training units are in use for plugging, patching, blocking operational trainings in case of hole, crack, weapon damage, and many more scenarios along with emergency situation equipment use trainings.
Simulator systems are capable of hydraulic movement for increasing reality through rolling move. Simulator moves can be practiced in full automatically under the control of scenario or trainer; they can also be adjusted automatically by considering maximum move angle, water level of simulator, and free-water impact.
Damage Control Components
Engine Room Simulators
Engine room simulator provides training on basic engine room operations, emergency operations, malfunction repair, main and assistant machine and integrated system operations, pumping systems and integrated control system operations, alternator, generator and control systems operations, and fuel economy.
Engine Room Components