Photo by Tanger MedIn order to strengthen the technical skills of its collaborators and partners running the facilities,Tanger Med has established a three-dimensional nautical simulation and expertise center; an ultramodern training and decision-support tool using cutting-edge technology, in other words the reproduction of a situation that is similar to the real one in the sea, on a 1/1 time scale, in an interactive virtual environment integrating the digital modeling of areas and vessels.
Tanger Med establishs 3D nautical simulation and expertise center
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Article Dissertation: Reducing the subjective impact in maritime simulator assessment (2020)
published on 14 October 2021
Video Aberdeen Harbour - Meet Finn Froekjaer-Jensen, Pilot
published on 26 August 2020
Video Ship Pilot Training - Harbour Pilot Simulator
published on 24 September 2020
A maritime pilot, marine pilot, harbor pilot, port pilot, ship pilot, bar pilot, or simply pilot, is a mariner who maneuvers ships through dangerous or congested waters, such as harbors or river mouths. They are navigational experts possessing knowledge of the particular waterway such as its depth, currents, and hazards, as well as being experts in handling ships of all types and sizes. A Maritime pilot is an expert ship handler who is licensed or authorized by a recognized pilotage...
Article EMPA Newsletter issue 002
by EMPA - European Maritime Pilots' Association - published on 3 August 2021
Video How seafarers are helped to pilot autonomous vessels?
published on 30 June 2021
Video Ship piloting in pandemic times in Santa Marta, Colombia
published on 5 April 2020
It has been 1 month since the 1st case of coronavirus in the country. All airports were shut down, and mandatory confinement was issued 10 days ago. Nevertheless, Maritime shipping must continue (except for tourist related). The means that us pilots must continue with our duties despite the risks involved with all the ships' crews arriving from different countries. So we need to take all safety measures possible.
This particular maneuver was unberthing a chemical tanker, in loaded...
Article Finnpilot to undergo reorganisation as of 1 October 2020
published on 28 September 2020
Finnpilot’s present six pilotage areas will be merged to form four pilotage areas. New District Managers have been appointed to head the pilotage areas. At the same time, an Operational Executive Committee will be established for Finnpilot. The organisational change, which was planned in close co-operation with the personnel, will take effect on 1 October 2020.