Resolve Maritime Academy Orders Transas’ Engine Room Simulator

Resolve Maritime Academy Orders Transas' Engine Room Simulator

Resolve Maritime Academy (RMA) has ordered the Transas Techsim 5000, DNV approved, Class A, Full Mission Engine Room Simulator for their new high-tech simulation facility located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The new engine simulation systems currently being deployed, will facilitate the conduct of a wide range of courses for the training of marine engineers, including operational and emergency procedures, and crew resource management training with Resolve’s existing Transas Full Mission Bridge Simulators.

The simulator system will offer a high level of flexibility, employing a combination of real controls and the latest Techsim 5000 touch screen technology, thereby allowing RMA to maximize their training effectiveness by simulating multiple engine platforms (Diesel Electric, Slow Speed Diesel, Medium Speed Diesel, CODOG, etc.) within the same full mission simulation spaces.

Dave Boldt, Simulator Group Manager at the Resolve Maritime Academy commented; “We are exceptionally pleased to continue our excellent relationship with Transas, and to be installing this state of the art engine simulator. Having the ability to combine the engine and bridge simulators for integrated operation, both on the latest Transas platforms, gives Resolve Maritime Academy the ability to train vessel crews as a complete team. This includes real world communication issues and realistic scenarios that involve the entire ship operation, plus considerations and decision making problems that cannot be simulated without having the bridge and engine team working together.”

Neil Bennett, Vice President at Transas USA added; “Transas has made significant investments in our engineering and technological simulators over the last five years. This includes direct investment in the product advancement, as well as the team of experienced subject matter experts who proudly work on its continued development, delivery, and support. We now have the marine engine types simulated, and the ability to efficiently create further marine engine types, as well as detailed high quality modeling, and instructor exercise and assessment tools, to meet the needs of any training centers facing new challenges related to marine engineering training.”

Resolve Maritime Academy

Resolve Maritime Academy LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Resolve Marine Group, located at the home port of many cruise vessels, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the maritime training subsidiary of Resolve Marine Group, Inc., and amongst their many maritime training services, offer a number of dedicated and customized simulation training programs for Cruise Operators, for which the highest level of quality in simulation modeling is ‘a must’. Resolve’s simulation systems are arguably some of the most advanced in the World, providing highly flexible Engine Room, Bridge and Bridge Wing environments, with the ability to train on several different Integrated Navigation Systems (INS). Resolve’s client list includes companies in the cruise, tanker, bulker, and offshore sectors.


Transas, April 29, 2013