Korean Naval College Receives NAUTIS Simulator Classroom from VSTEP

first_img View post tag: VSTEP View post tag: College View post tag: Navy VSTEP in cooperation with its Korean partner Dongkang M-Tech  have successfully delivered and installed a full NAUTIS Naval Task Force maritime simulator classroom at The Korean Naval College in Seoul, Korea. The classroom consists of 20 NAUTIS Naval Task Force Trainee Stations and Instructor Station. The Korean Naval College has selected NAUTIS for efficient maritime training and preparation of cadets and naval personnel in ship handling and navigation.The Korean Naval College is one of Korea’s most renowned Naval Academies. Having used traditional legacy simulation technology in the past, the Korean Naval College selected the NAUTIS Naval Task Force simulators for its new simulation center, because of the cost effectiveness of the solution, its user-friendliness and the high quality of realistic maritime training it provides. NAUTIS Naval Task force is tailored specifically to the needs of Naval Forces and offers a wide range of navy specific simulation and training options.VSTEP CEO, Cristijn Sarvaas: “We are happy to add the Korean Naval College to our client portfolio and rejoice in the fact that such a renowned national naval college has selected NAUTIS maritime simulators for training of its cadets. NAUTIS is a new generation of simulation technology that meets the high standards of today’s maritime professionals. The Korean Naval college has evaluated and recognized the powerful benefits of NAUTIS, such as low cost, flexibility for the user and superior visuals in training.”About NAUTIS The NAUTIS range of advanced maritime training simulators offers an affordable and effective alternative for training maritime professionals, officers and crews. With a full range of simulators, from desktop trainer to full mission bridge simulator, VSTEP has a cost-effective training solution fulfilling the training requirements of both the civilian and military maritime industry, including nautical colleges, naval academies, maritime training centres and individual ship owners.About Dongkang M-Tech Dong Kang M-Tech Co.,Ltd was established as a reliable supplier of the advanced shipping technology and information in 1986. Since then we have provided high-tech equipment and system to Korea for modernization and management improvement of the shipping equipment at home and abroad.About VSTEPVSTEP is a leading European developer of simulators and virtual training software. Using interactive 3D technology, VSTEP creates awardwinning training applications that allow people to build their skills in a practical and cost effective way.  Since its founding in 2002, VSTEP has delivered numerous simulator solutions for leading industry clients and governmental organisations worldwide. As one of the industry leaders, VSTEP continues to innovate the virtual training world with professional, accurate and groundbreaking new simulation technology. A winner of multiple innovation prizes and awards, VSTEP sets the standard for virtual training and simulation and advocates more effective training through enhanced virtual reality.[mappress]Source: nautis, October 14, 2011 View post tag: Classroom Equipment & technology Korean Naval College Receives NAUTIS Simulator Classroom from VSTEP View post tag: News by topic View post tag: NAUTIS October 14, 2011 View post tag: Simulator View post tag: from Back to overview,Home naval-today Korean Naval College Receives NAUTIS Simulator Classroom from VSTEP View post tag: receives View post tag: Naval View post tag: Korean Share this articlelast_img read more

Baines: We will recover

first_img Press Association Everton defender Leighton Baines insists the upheaval of losing manager David Moyes to Manchester United after 11 years in charge will not derail the club. He added: “It was a sad day after the last game at Goodison particularly because you’ve been working with him for so long, he’s always around, he’s such a hard worker and he doesn’t miss a beat. “We’ll always remember what he did for the club and where he’s put us, but it’s up to the rest of us, the people who remain and the people who come in, to take it forward now and build on the foundations he’s worked hard to put in.” Everton are still searching to find the right replacement for Moyes, with reports of Porto coach Vitor Pereira having already agreed a deal wide of the mark. The club are happy to take their time and there is unlikely to be any movement on that front until next week at the earliest and possibly even later, but while Moyes’ departure may have hit the squad hard, assistant Steve Round believes he has left the club in the best possible shape. They finished sixth in the Premier League, ahead of near-neighbours Liverpool for the second successive campaign – the first time that had been achieved in the top flight since 1937. Their performances against the sides above them pointed to an improvement with victories against the new and old champions respectively Manchester United and Manchester City, Tottenham and two draws against Arsenal. “I think the team’s confidence and ability to play at that level has shown through in those results,” Round told evertontv. “It’s a very good record and it does show the direction that the club is going in, that the team is going in.” center_img Moyes officially takes charge as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor at Old Trafford on July 1 but he is currently dividing his time between the two clubs as part of a settling in period. Baines, Moyes’ most consistent player since joining from Wigan in 2007, admits it will be odd not having the Scot at the helm any more, but he is confident the Toffees will move on without a problem. “It’s a massive loss to lose the manager,” the England international, who has already been linked with a reunion with Moyes at United, told evertonfc.com. “It will be so strange the day we walk through the door and he’s not there. But football clubs live on and we’ll live on, we’ll move on.” last_img read more