The last two years have shown us that we can easily provide simulations for port development projects and risk assessments remotely or hybrid. We can stream all view channels required by a client (3D third-person-perspective on an object, radar display, etc.). All parameters of a simulation can be observed and discussed live in the debriefing with the staff on site.
Port simulation studies in times of COVID-19 pandemic are challenging
Building on years of project experience, a well-trained technical team and a state of the art glas fibre infrastructure we have moved the studies to the internet. It is not only possible, but also has some major advantages such as experts do not have to travel around the world, flexibility of planning of simulation etc.
This week we have successfully conducted a maritime project together with our friends of HPC.
Modernization of The Shiphandling Simulator
Modernization of The Shiphandling Simulator During July 2016 MTC has undertaken a major upgrade of the shiphandling simulator. In December 2015 MTC and Rheinmetall Defence Electronics in Bremen signed a contract to install the new simulator model ANS 6000. After a delivery time of 6 months the new hardware and software, all instructor and debriefing […]
New Jumbos to arrive to Hamburg
New Jumbos to arrive to Hamburg The Port of Hamburg is preparing itself for the next generation of container ships. From 2015 a new class of vessels with a capacity of up to 19.000 Containers will come to Hamburg. These vessels measuring 400 m in length and 59 m in breath are considered to be […]