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LIMA 2015: Altriz develops new simulator for Malaysian navy

23rd March 2015 - 06:01 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Langkawi

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Malaysian company Altriz Technology is currently developing a Bridge Shiphandling Simulator (BSS) for the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN), to go alongside an earlier Fleetwork Trainer (FWT) already in operation. Together, these systems comprise what is labelled the Altriz Naval Training Simulator.

The BSS, an integrated bridge system, replicates actual ship bridges where officers can train in ship navigation and ship manoeuvring. Screens show instrumentation such as GPS displays, engine order telegraphs, electronic chart display information systems and radar displays.

Syafiq Jasmin, a senior software engineer, said Altriz commenced the project in June 2014 following a specific request from the RMN. …

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