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


published on 9 June 2022 122 -

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.
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