Kongsberg Maritime has introduced a range of new bridge and navigation technology systems, on the back of last week's Nor-Shipping exhibition in Oslo.
The Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (NSA) has chosen Kongsberg Maritime to upgrade the simulation facilities at the Norwegian Training Center – Manila (NTC-M), in a deal signed at Nor-Shipping 2015 in Norway.
Kongsberg Maritime is supplying the National Defence University of Malaysia with its K-Sim Engine simulation platform, designed for training personnel in a range of engine room operations.
Kongsberg Maritime has been selected by Fideicomiso de Formación y Capacitación para el Personal de la Marina Mercante Nacional (FIDENA) in Mexico to provide a number of offshore and dynamic positioning (DP) simulators.
Kongsberg Maritime has donated and installed its K-Pos dynamic positioning system onboard the R/V Gunnerus, a research vessel owned by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Kongsberg Maritime has reported that Aalesund University College in Norway has become one of its first simulator users to migrate to its new simulator technology platform, K-Sim Navigation.
Kongsberg Maritime reports that it has upgraded the CCTV system on board the USNS Zeus, a US Navy ship that specialises in laying submarine cable.
Kongsberg has reported that the NORAIS ship-detection system deployed on the International Space Station (ISS) is to be upgraded, with the NORAIS 2 system launching this week aboard the Space X vehicle.
Kongsberg Maritime has launched its new generation ship’s bridge simulator, K-Sim Navigation, for merchant, offshore and naval vessels.
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