NL 56 Prof. Capt Stephen Cross he progress in the electronics industry has strongly influenced the development and application of simulators for specific marine related training objectives. More, and different, types of simulators are becoming available to a wider group of users as a basis for the quality training requirement.
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NL 53 Marine Simulators – A Brief Description Figure 1. Liquid Cargo Simulator n GlobalMET Newsletter No. 50, I shared ALAM’s experience with Engine Room Simulators (ERS) from ALAM’s beginnings which included some introductory material on ERS as well. In this newsletter, what I would like to do is to discuss more on Marine Simulator […]
NL 50 ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR TRAINING – The Sharing of ALAM’s Experience. By: Mr. Gan Boon Song Senior Lecturer ALAM. Engine Room Simulator Malaysia Maritime Academy (MMA), more commonly known by Malaysians as ALAM or Academi Laut [sea] Malaysia, was first establish as Malaysian Training and Education for Seaman (MATES) Foundation about 1977. It […]