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ISRAEL MARITIME ACADEMY. Proposed Transas FMSS System – What it is and What it can be used for? PowerPoint Presentation
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ISRAEL MARITIME ACADEMY. Proposed Transas FMSS System – What it is and What it can be used for?

ISRAEL MARITIME ACADEMY. Proposed Transas FMSS System – What it is and What it can be used for?

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ISRAEL MARITIME ACADEMY. Proposed Transas FMSS System – What it is and What it can be used for?

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  1. ISRAEL MARITIME ACADEMY. Proposed Transas FMSS System – What it is and What it can be used for?

  2. Israel Maritime Academy – proposed Simulator’s Layout Complex consist of*: • Instructor Station • ARPA/ECDIS Class for 6 Trainees • Full-Mission bridge with 8 visual channels • Debriefing room for 6 Trainees * - for full specification refer to the Technical Offer document

  3. IMA – Instructor Room Instructor Room and Debriefing Room includes: • Ergonomic Furniture • FMSS Control Software running on PC with two monitors • Communication equipment – VHF radio • Communication equipment GMDSS Instructor Station (option) • Debriefing allows for 6 Trainee theoretical study and Briefing/Debriefing sessions

  4. IMA – ARPA/ECDIS Class ARPA/ECDIS Class consist of: • Ergonomic furniture for 6 trainee workplaces • Two PCs and Monitors, one to run ECDIS or ARPA and second to run Conning display and Visualization • VHF Radio

  5. IMA – FMSS Bridge FMSS Bridge consist of: • ARPA Console • Conning Console and Ship Controls • ECDIS Console • 8 Visual Channels • Chart Table with Navaids • VHF Radio • GMDSS Workplace (optional)

  6. IMA – General Transas and its Local Representative Alhoutyam Ltd. Ready to supply the system as following: • Turn-key solution – Design, Construction and Installation of all related Simulation System components, including power supply, LAN, Air Conditioning and the Simulator itself – details to be discussed and agreed with IMA • Training for Maintenance Personnel and Instructors • Development of Israeli Ports Visual Databases (option) • Post-sales Maintenance

  7. RECOGNISED QUALITY Transas simulators: • Cover all the essential areas of maritime training in full compliance with STCW '95 requirements • Designed to solve a great variety of customer's training tasks with maximum efficiency • Approved by DNV, MCA, France Telecom, Industry Canada, Russian Register of shipping; courses acknowledged by US Coast Guard

  8. FULLY UPGRADEABLE SOLUTIONS NETWORKED CLASSES Designed for interactive group exercises under Instructor supervision, applicable to variety of specialist training and certification tasks

  9. FULLY UPGRADEABLE SOLUTIONS FULL-MISSION SIMULATOR • For final training and certification, including BTM courses • Combination of high-level software, dedicated hardware and real bridge instrumentation • All other types of Transas simulators can be interconnected

  10. ECDIS TRAINING • Based on real, type-approved Transas Navi-Sailor ECDIS system • Includes worldwide collection of TX-97 vector charts from Transas • Advanced integrated information services: Radar overlay, AIS interface, weather forecasts, NAVTEX data, built-in databases on tides and currents • Courses can be easily adapted to suit the needs of a particular type of customer vessels

  11. ARPA/RADAR TRAINING • Simulated radars include Furuno, Kelvin Hughes, BridgeMaster and BridgeMaster-E • Real ARPA/radar units can be incorporated using Transas Radar Imitator Board • Full ARPA functionality in the simulation mode with the capability to track up to 60 targets • Real ARPA keyboard can be connected • Trial Manoeuvre operation mode

  12. Automatic Identification System Training Compliance with the requirements of STW 34/9/4 IMO Resolution UAIS transponder system McMurdo/Transas MT-1 is simulated • OWN SHIP BRIDGE EQUIPMENT: • T-102 VDU imitator (call-up page in the Navaids Task) • T-102 VDU imitator (call-up page in the Navaids Task) • ECDIS with complete AIS functionality Radar/ARPA with complete AIS functionality • NTPRO INSTRUCTOR CAN: • Equip any ship, helicopter and VTS station with transponder • Use built-in database taken from ITU-R M.1371-1 standard • Send safety messages from any traffic ship • Auto save AIS messages in Event list Real T-102 VDU unit is available as an option (via a COM-port)

  13. Ship Security Alert System Training 1. Connection of the HW SSAS alert buttons (via UHI) is available as an option 2. In order to provide more complex training integration between NTPro and Transas “Fleet View” (simulator mode) is required Compliance with the requirements of new SOLAS amendments and ISPS-2002 Code • Own ship Bridge equipment: • Satamatics SAT-101 imitator (call-up page in the Navaids Task)Satamatics SAT-101 supports the following modes: • Switching on/off; • Stand-by; • Alert mode; • Test mode; • Alert reset; • Instructor station: • Alert indication is provided within the Instructor station

  14. TUG OPERATOR TRAINING • Unique tug-barge operations based on highly realistic models • Several simulated tug models readily available • Full range of ship assistance operations, including mooring and docking • Real customer's ship controls can be simulated

  15. PILOT TRAINING • Facilities for combined training with tugboat masters and VTS operators • Realistic ship manouevring in heavy weather conditions, shallow water, narrow channels and in a lock • Specialist training tasks including docking/undocking with or without mooring lines and tugs, anchoring • Extensive database of simulated ship models and controls to work with

  16. SAR Operations Training (Optional) To enable simulator search and rescue operations training as per the requirements of MERSAR and IAMSAR international conventions, the simulator has been supplemented with: • New search and rescue objects with appropriate visual and radar presentations; • New search and rescue functionalities; • Giving signals in accordance with the International Code of Signals by using flags, flashing lights (with appropriate visual effects) and sound signals; • Giving distress signals and appropriate visual effects; • New functionality of the previously available simulator software and hardware modules.

  17. FISHING VESSEL OPERATOR TRAINING (Optional) • Several fishery ship models • Simulation of pelagic trawling, purse seining and long-lining • Simulated fish-finding tools, such as sonar and echo sounder • Simulated specialist equipment, including fishing gear, deck machinery and deck machinery controls • 3D underwater visualisation, display of fish shoals, layers and pinnacles • Familiarisation with manual electronic chart editing, including creation of fishing net charts

  18. OSV OPERATOR TRAINING (Optional) • Designed to carry out specialist training including holding position and course, manouvering in various sea and weather conditions, anchor handling • Oil spill response and rescue operations training • Incorporation of customer-defined exercise areas and customer's ship controls

  19. DPS Operator Training (Optional) Compliance with the requirements of Dynamic Positioning Operator Training, 2nd edition, Nautical Institute, London NTPRO uses real Beier IVCS 2002 (Class 2) DPS system and OSV 1 DP ship model • Own ship Bridge equipment: • Master DPS CPU with Master PLC and Ethernet BUS • Hot reserve CPU with Hot reserve PLC and Ethernet BUS • Main and Portable Control DHW panels • The following DPS Controls Mode and Functions are available: • Joystick modes with manual or automatic heading control; • DP modes with manual heading, automatic heading or split axis manual/automatic control; • Autopilot mode with FFU steering knob for direct rudder control; • Track Control modes for low and high speeds with automatic or manual course holding and following the route (track) described by a set of waypoints; • Variable center of rotation; • Automatic wind compensation.

  20. NAVAL SIMULATION (Optional) • Based on the latest software and modeling technologies • Specifically adapted for the needs of naval vessel operations, including training in solving tactical and strategic tasks • Ready naval ship models from the Transas Library • New models can be designed upon request • Can incorporate real equipment and warfare used on customer's vessels

  21. Crew complex training (Bridge and ECR) • Joint training with ERS 4000 simulator. • Imitation of the propulsion plant is made in ERS simulator, whereas control of the propulsion plant is exercised from the bridge (of NTPRO 4000 simulator); • 2 6-DoF ships models used for joint training of Bridge and ECR teams • Capabilities for joint training via Internet • New Conning display pages • Conning “Control” page for 2-stroke diesel • Conning “Control” page for 4-stroke diesel • A switch for passing control from the Bridge to the ECR (and back) • Different alarm indicators • Control buttons

  22. Special exercise objects for tug and mooring operations • Floating fender • The mathematical model of floating Yokohama fender ( Size 3000 X 7500) • Can be attached to any vessel by towing line • Simulates the elastic forces • Laser docking system • Measures distance from the wall to the ship in the process of mooring • Consists of two laser measuring sensors and a digital tableau • The digital tableau displaying the following information: • Speed range (red indicator if the speed is higher than 15 cm/s, yellow – from 15 to 8 cm/s, green – less than 8 cm/s); • Ship motion direction (R – ship approaching the wall, E – moving from the wall); • Ship speed, cm\s (2- position digital indicator). • Towing bridle • A special type of towing gear, with 2 connections to towing object

  23. INSTRUCTOR STATION • User-adjustable configuration • All tools for exercise preparation, editing and debriefing • Group exercises can be conducted with individual settings made for each workstation • On-line interaction with Trainee workstations, dynamic changing of exercise conditions • Exercise statistics for performance assessment

  24. Transas Evaluation and Assessment System (TEAS)(Optional) • Operating advantages: • Automatic assessment in the course of an exercise with a capability to correct any assessment rule at any moment of time (On-line mode) • Capability to automatically supply the trainees with prompt information on their errors and to give them advice in a form pre-programmed by the instructor • The revised STCW Convention makes certain simulator training recommended and other mandatory. It states the importance of evaluation and assessment. • Formation of a Training Report with an automatic correction of the result to take into account the penalty weights, its printing out and saving in Microsoft Excel format (Off-line mode) • Unlimited capabilities with regard to the statistic research of training results owing to the accumulating collection of reports in Microsoft Excel format • Capability, built into the "NTPRO (Virtual Bridge) + TEAS" set, to use it in the Internet Computer Based Training (CBT).

  25. MATHEMATICAL MODELS • Accurate realistic mathematical models of a wide selection of ships • Transas models are internationally recognised for top quality and application flexibility • Model components include ship's controlled motion, ship gear and systems, environmental and other interaction effects, including combinations of several vessels

  26. EXERCISE AREA MODELS • Impressive library of simulated models in Transas collection • New areas can be developed based on customer's requirements • Electronic chart, radar and visual presentation for each simulated area

  27. MODEL WIZARD (Optional) • Ensures prompt automatic construction of 3D surfaces, submerged terrain and aids to navigation for a selected area • Models can be created for any area in the world • Automatic generation of the optimum presentation logic • No 3D modeling skills are required by the operator

  28. SIMULATOR HARDWARE • Indispensable for 'hands-on' full mission shiphandling and Bridge Team exercises • Transas, customer's or third-party equipment can be connected to the simulator • On-screen controls replicating or simulating real ship control equipment • Actual customer's controls can be simulated upon request

  29. INTERFACING WITH ENGINE ROOM SIMULATOR • Single interactive training environment for deck and engine room officers • Training of emergency situations • Advanced equipment familiarisation due to the increasing level of automation onboard modern ships

  30. INTERFACING WITH VTS OPERATOR STATION (Optional) • Realistic simulation of communication and cooperation with land-based VTS center • Berthing, mooring and docking under guidance of VTS operator • Extensive library of simulated port areas

  31. INTERFACING WITH OIL SPILL RESPONSE SIMULATOR (Optional) • Participation in combined training and drills of seagoing resources and shore-based response center • Realistic oil spill model incorporated into exercise • Interactive exercise parameters for both types of simulators • Local Area Maps and individual response resource databases are available • Real- and fast-type review of the exercise course for debriefing and analysis of the simulated response