Physical Pilot Ladder Simulator (Chile)

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Region: Chile
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by Maritime Innovation Center Chile

This physical ladder simulator was design for crew training in the ladder arrangement and for all the users especially for pilots.
We think that it will be a very important complement for IMO Assembly Resolution A.1045(27) and SOLAS, Chapter V, Safety of Navigation, Regulation 23.
It was present in the 10th Latin-American Pilot Forum in Montevideo in September 2019.

Available information for training in Chile jaimeleal@empresasgsm.com

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