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Solent University to build largest and most sophisticated maritime simulation centre

Solent University is building the UK’s largest and most sophisticated maritime simulation centre at its main campus in Southampton.

Part of the university’s overall investment of more than £40 million into maritime education and training, the new ship and port simulation centre will open in June.

The new centre will include the latest equipment and software from Wärtsilä including eight full mission bridge simulators; over fifty-part task simulators; a full mission engineering room simulator; HV simulators; liquid cargo simulators; on-and off-shore crane simulators; GMDSS radio communications and VTS suites; DP simulators; and four multi-purpose desktop simulation classrooms.

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Posted 2019-05-30 18:58:54

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