Transas special operations simulators have found extensive applications in naval schools and at coastguard naval bases in many countries.
Transas is a world-leading, internationally renowned developer and supplier of state-of-the-art on-board and shore-based systems and marine simulators. The company offers technologically advanced solutions for maritime security services; shipping companies and ship operators; naval and coastguard organisations; training and educational centres; port and harbour administrations; governmental, municipal and local authorities and administrations; environmental services and institutions; and OEM partners. Transas's top-quality, cost-effective marine equipment and simulators include:
Transas's IMO/IEC-type approved Navi-sailor 3100 WECDIS for navies is compliant with STANAG 4564, STANAG 7074 DIGEST and AML specifications. Chart formats for which WECDIS can be used include TX97, ENC/SENC, ARCS, DNC, BSB/NDI and Seafarer. The Navi-Sailor 3100 WECDIS provides customised authorisation levels, administrator-defined protection and login/logout registration principals.
AML mission-planning data provided by the Navi-Sailor 3100 WECDIS includes:
Among the Navi-Sailor 3100 WECDIS's advances and dynamic route cursors are:
The anchor functions include user-defined reference points, and WP plotting by range and bearing. The radio direction-finder features RDF bearing monitoring, position fix and SAR function integration.
The Navi-Sailor 3100 WECDIS route approval system includes protection from changes and deletion, and higher-rank person approval. Visual fixing functions include:
User-defined shape and dimensions, motion along the route and on schedule, own-ship referencing and monitoring are standard. Additional sensors include echo-depth and dive-depth recording, while voice remarks include single-operator action launch and E-log book replay. There is dynamic playback of archive data.
The Navi-trainer Professional 4000 (NTPRO 4000) navigational simulator enables simulator training and certification of watch officers, chief officers, captains and pilots serving on ships with gross tonnage of 500t or more. This complies with requirements of the IMO STCW 78/95 convention and model courses 7.01 and 7.03, as well as specific tasks beyond convention. The simulator complies with Class A, (B and C) NAV as per Det Norske Veritas classification. Transas navigational simulators allow training in:
Transas simulators use the Navi-sailor 3000 electronic chart system, the first to have been adapted to naval needs. Navies of different countries use Navi-sailor onboard, so trainees get used to the system they will be working with in the near future. In this way, Transas offers a complex solution.