Marine Traffic Engineering Centre
The shiphadling simulator of MTEC consists of:
one full mission simulator with 270° visualisation and live marine ship equipment including DP class 2 (accredited by NI for DP training - details in Menu / News),
two multi task simulators with 120° visualisation and mix of real and screen-simulated ship-like equipment including Voith-Schneider tug console,
two desktop PC simulators with one monitor visualisation and one monitor screen-simulated ship-like equipment,
debriefing, instructor and server rooms.
DNV Approval Certificate for Polaris System.pdf
MTE Centre presently has ready to use 10 databases of sea - harbour areas including 8 European ones: Gibraltar Strait, English Channel, Europort, Hamburg, Danish Straits (Great Belt, Little Belt), Ystad, Świnoujście and 11 ship models including LNG carriers.
- radar navigation - management level (Model course 1.08)
- ship simulator and bridge teamwork (Model course 1.22)
- operational use of electronic chart dsiplay and information systems (ECDIS) (Model course 1.27)
- operational use of integrated bridge systems including integrated navigation systems (Model course 1.32)
- automatic identification system (Model course 1.34)
- DP Induction / Basic,
MTE Centre also participates in “Officer in Charge of a Navigational Watch” (operational level) and “Master and Chief Mate” (management level) courses, performs shiphandling courses of large ships, ships of unusual characteristics, twin screw vessels and tugs. Contact: +48914809716, +48914809717.
In scientific domain MTE Centre is ready to perform navigation safety analysis of any water region based on tenths of registered parameters of own and target ships’ in reference to the research area (among others: positions, SOG, COG, SOW, COW, heading, rate of turn, ship’s controls adjustments - propulsion devices, rudders, thrusters, tugs, anchors, mooring ropes, external excitations).
Links to downloads of Marine Traffic Engineering Centre information brochures:
Folder reklamowy Centrum IRM.pdf | Brochure advertising MTE Centre.pdf