Article

4th Customer Day at NAUTITEC: A Day Full Of Inspirational Speeches And Lectures With The Opportunity To Network


published on 9 June 2022 126 -

More than 90 guests from the european maritime cluster attended the 4th NAUTITEC Customer Day in Leer on 2nd June 2022, which was hosted by NAUTITEC and supported by the partners of the maritime campus, Faculty of maritime science Sciences Emden/Leer.

Both partners who are cooperating since 2009 just signed a future oriented cooperation agreement and announced the start of cooperation with the new „Technikum“ in ways of the idea of „maritime campus“.

During the sessions, Georg Haase and Rudolf Kreutzer informed about history and evolution of NAUTITEC: 


  • Full Mission Simulator update to enable the simulation of a great variety of ship command devices
  • E-Learning Platform established
  • Nautitec chart service started in May 2022
  • With effect of June 2022 NAUTITEC has been appointed as the European training center for SEAiq Software solutions
  • Simulation of wind assisted propulsion
  • Advanced casualty investigation
  • Nautical risk analysis for Port of Emden
  • Basic and advanced Liquified Natural Gastanker training
  • Several LNG Terminal projects and LNG Emergency Response Training
  • Training for the Central Command for
  • Maritime Emergencies
  • Tugnology – Escort Training
  • Expansion of maritime training courses
The forum included informative presentations from Kongsberg Marine, Ramboll Germany and Wärtsilä.
In the afternoon there was possibility for practical demonstrations in the new Technikum with windtunnel, towing-tank and laboratories before it was time to get together, mingle and network in a relaxed atmosphere with food and drinks.
What's your opinion on this?
Login or register to write comments and join the discussion!
Read more...

Article Wärtsilä simulation technology creating an essential testing environment for smart marine solutions

by Wärtsilä Corporation - published on 26 March 2020

The technology group Wärtsilä has delivered a navigation simulator and specific mathematical models to the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) in the city of Rauma, Finland. These will be used as an essential enabler in the Intelligent Shipping Technology Test Laboratory (ISTLAB) project, which aims at creating a technically precise testing environment for remotely controlled, autonomous vessels. The contract with Wärtsilä was signed in the 4th quarter of 2019.

0

Article Wärtsilä simulator upgrade will enhance Le Havre pilot operations

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 25 May 2020

The technology group Wärtsilä will supply a complete navigational simulator upgrade for the Le Havre pilot station in France. The intention is to provide the pilot station with a totally new simulator specifically adapted to the requirements of the pilots’ operations. The order with Wärtsilä was placed in February 2020.The new unique visualisation system to be supplied is based on 14 DP projectors, comprising seven main circular and seven ground projection systems. It features a panoramic 350-degree screen.

0

Article NAUTITEC Shiphandling Simulator and Training Centre, Germany

published on 9 February 2021

NAUTITEC as a maritime simulation and training centre offers various services for shipping companies, port authorities, captains and for pilots and tug crews.

1

Article ABP Southampton puts pressure on non-compliant 'trap door' Arrangements

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 22 April 2020

ABP Southampton: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that some ships have a pilot transfer arrangement consisting of an accommodation ladder / pilot ladder combination with a trapdoor that does not meet IMO standards in effect since at least 2012.

0

Article Inspection Campaign on Pilot Transfer Arrangements (Results from 2021)

published on 16 June 2022

This Notice documents the results of the Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on Pilot Transfer Arrangements, which was carried out by the Bahamas Maritime Authority Inspectors and vessel staff between 01 July and 31 December 2021.

1

Article DanPilot's half-year report reflects transition in a pressured market

by DanPilot - published on 5 October 2021

The first half of 2021 is a testament to the organisation of DanPilot, a pilotage company that has been diligently adapting to a smaller market as a result of the fallout from Covid-19.

0

Article The world's largest container ship "Ever Ace" completes its first transit through the Suez Canal

published on 16 October 2021

On August 28, the world's largest container ship completed its first crossing in the Suez Canal. Due to its huge size and this is the first voyage of the ship, it has received extra attention and special treatment from the Suez Canal Authority (SCA).

0

Article Best practice on rigging pilot ladders (UK MAIB)

published on 7 July 2022

On the occasion of the Maritime Safety Week (July 4-10), UK MAIB’s inspector Bill Evans refers to the issue of unsafe pilot ladders, a concern that has been regularly voiced by the industry.

2

Video Crowley Completes First U.S. Design for Fully Electric Tug with Autonomous Technology

published on 21 April 2021

Crowley Engineering Services has completed a design of the first fully electric U.S. tugboat with autonomous technology -- providing operators a sustainable and high-performing solution for ship assist and harbor services in any port. The Crowley design, powered by the expertise of recently integrated subsidiary Jensen Maritime, leverages a large battery system and power saving technology to operate in a fully electric mode while producing zero air emissions or greenhouse gases. The 82-foot...

1

Video Walking the right pilot boat side: Perfect disembarking

published on 14 June 2021

Exemplary manoeuvre: The pilot should always walk on the side of the pilot boat facing away from the vessel. This prevents the pilot from being trapped between the two vessels in the event of a fall into the water.

0