We say „goodbye“ to one of our valuable employees! We are sorry to announce that Wayne Möller has left the MTC as of 30.09.2023.
Last Friday, we had the pleasure of welcoming over 60 dedicated guests from the maritime industry to the MTC. The event was an ideal opportunity for us to demonstrate our state-of-the-art simulators and provide an exciting insight into our upcoming projects. […]
On June 3rd MTC and ma-co maritimes competenzcentrum GmbH participated together in the HafenCity Run 2023! It’s a charity run to support children in need and with handicaps in the metropolitan region. We had an amazing day and are already looking forward to next year’s run 🙂
A big Thank You to Christopher Schiewelbein from ma-co maritimes competenzcentrum GmbH for informing our team about the important topic fire prevention here at MTC. Who knew that using fire extinguishers could be so much fun? We learned a lot and really appreciate the effort Chris made for us.
To provide your superintendents and project managers involved in this process with sufficient knowledge about drydocking and repair projects we have developed the training „drydocking and projects“ together with our instructor Jan Helmut Meier.
MTC is proud to share that we started the development of Pilot Training Programs for the Port of Banjul, Gambia in collaboration with the Harbour Pilots Hamburg. It was an extraordinary experience to welcome the delegation and we are looking forward to our future projects.
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.
We mourn the loss of our long-time instructor Thomas Krieg.
We are finally ready to announce that our MAN ME Electronic Engines Operation and Analysis Training restarted last week on-site here at MTC in Hamburg!
We are pleased to announce that after four years we have completed the FernSAMS project together with our partners. The work in the FernSAMS project served to define the feasibility of a remote-controlled harbour tug in its sub-areas.