Naval bridge and navigation training
Rheinmetall's naval bridge and navigation simulators provide training beyond standard ship handling and navigational tasks. Besides navigational ship’s bridge systems the naval bridge and navigation simulators provide vessel specific equipment like Warship ECDIS (WECDIS) and combat systems.
Rheinmetall is one of the world’s leading suppliers of sophisticated bridge simulators, the partner of choice for a whole host of satisfied customers.
Modern, highly complex bridge installations equipped with all the relevant control and display elements necessary for carrying out difficult manoeuvres, require simulators whose capabilities far exceed the requirements of basic nautical training. As a top maker of advanced simulator technology, Rheinmetall pays special attention to precise replication of the effects of interaction between the ship, its environment and other ships.
Bridge and Navigation Training
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