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Kiel Pilots using VR for next-level shiphandling simulation


by Captain, MSc. Remko Fehr - published on 13 December 2023 0 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Remko Fehr". Originally published on 2023-11-23.
Lotsenbrüderschaft NOKII/Kiel/Lübeck/Flensburg using Virtual Reality shiphandling simulator from Morild Interaktiv AS.

0:00 Morild VR shiphandling simulator
0:48 Accurate topography
0:58 Detailed 3D models
1:15 Accurate 3D building models
1:33 Bathymetry based on high density data
1:51 Lock functionality
2:28 VR ECDIS
3:56 Real-time AIS data
5:08 Multi-user simulation: Ship-ship interaction
5:42 Multi-user simulation: Tug assistance
6:10 Single-user simulation: Voice controls
6:52 Voice control: helmsman
7:10 Voice control: tugboat
8:50 Voice control: linesman

More background information in this article here:
PPU, Simulator Training active marine pilot - Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg


15 years experience in the cruise industry in various ranks up to Captain. Started as Marine Pilot in 2015.
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