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    Steering simulator for helmsman SSH-2009

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    SKU: JG_752

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    The "SSH-2009" steering simulator is designed to train ratings forming part of a navigational watch on seagoing and river vessels. The simulator will:

    • train ratings to gain competence, knowledge, understanding & professionalism needed for the function Navigation at the support level (columns 1 & 2 of Table A-II/4 of STCW Code)
    • demonstrate competence obtained from training or approved in-service experience (column 3 of Table A-II/ 4 of the STCW Code)
    • evaluate competence in accordance with the criteria listed in column 4 of Table A-II/4 of the STCW Code

    Knowledge and skills covered
    1. Steer the ship & comply with helm orders in the English language
    1.1. Helm orders in national language
    1.2. Helm orders in the English language
    1.3. Change-over to automatic pilot steering
    1.4. Change-over to hand steering
    1.5. Hand steering in tracking mode
    1.6. Hand steering in manual mode

    2. Keeping a proper look-out by sight & hearing
    2.1. Detecting objects in daylight
    2.2. Detecting objects by night

    3. Contribute to monitoring & controlling a safe watch
    3.1. Procedures to intercession on watch
    3.2. Procedures for maintaining a watch
    3.3. Procedures for handing over watch
    3.4. Training procedures for watch relief

    Simulated models
    Active Models

    • 3 merchant vessels over 4100 GRT

    Target Models

    • 3 merchant vessels over 4100 GRT
    • Cutter, Motor boat, Sailing Yacht, Waverunner, Marine Patrol Vessel, FRB, Liferaft.

    Exercise areas

    • Narrow passage
    • Port approach
    • Inland waterway with one-way traffic
    • Inland waterway with oncoming traffic
    • Inland waterway with access to the sea
    • Sea area

    Configuration
    The simulator consists of Instructor WorkPlace (IWP) software and one or several Students WorkPlaces (WPS) which can be in base or compact configuration.

    Base configuration includes steering stand with built-in steering wheel, sensor control panel and visualization on projection apparatus or LCD panel(s). Compact configuration includes steering stand and visualization of the area with joystick and mouse steering.

    The Student Workplace(s) can be extended to include the simulators "SCS-2009" Small Craft Simulator and "SRV-2010" Complex Survival Craft Simulator, which can all be managed from one Instructor Workplace.

    The Instructor WorkPlace (IWP) provides

    • choice of exercises containing
      • area of navigation
      • hydrometeorological conditions
      • time of day
      • positioning & trajectory of target vessels
      • overload situations
    • adjusting the initial exercise parameters:
      • changes to navaids
      • changes to wind strength & direction, visibility, precipitation, wave height, time of day
      • adding new target vessels
    • model selection & positioning of student ships (active vessels)
    • visual control - with the help of virtual cameras it is possible to observe any part of the navigation area and the bridge of the active ship from any angle
    • active management of the students vessel
    • recording of the exercise for debriefing

    The Student Workplace (WPS) provides

    • steering stand with:
      • autopilot simulator in analog & digital versions with
        • Auto Mode
        • Manual Mode
        • Tracking Mode
      • steering wheel
      • engine control (throttle/gears)
      • magnetic compass
      • gyro compass repeater
      • helm
      • direction finder
      • course recorder
      • binoculars
    • visualization of the surrounding area

    US CoastGuard compliance
    To conform to US Coast Guard recommendations (MERPAC Recommendations on the specifications for simulators to be used to train and/or assess applicants for certification as an RFPNW), the following faults can be injected from the Instructor Workplace:

    1. Gyro-compass, steering pump & steering motor failure
    2. Steering alarms

    • ARPA guard ring intrusion
    • gyro-compass failure
    • smoke and/or heat detectors
    • running light panel
    • steering pump & motor failures

    Documentation

    The simulator is supplied with a set of technical and operational documentation, including training guidance.

      
     

    The "SSH-2009" steering simulator is designed to train ratings forming part of a navigational watch on seagoing and river vessels. The simulator will:

    • train ratings to gain competence, knowledge, understanding & professionalism needed for the function Navigation at the support level (columns 1 & 2 of Table A-II/4 of STCW Code)
    • demonstrate competence obtained from training or approved in-service experience (column 3 of Table A-II/ 4 of the STCW Code)
    • evaluate competence in accordance with the criteria listed in column 4 of Table A-II/4 of the STCW Code

    Knowledge and skills covered
    1. Steer the ship & comply with helm orders in the English language
    1.1. Helm orders in national language
    1.2. Helm orders in the English language
    1.3. Change-over to automatic pilot steering
    1.4. Change-over to hand steering
    1.5. Hand steering in tracking mode
    1.6. Hand steering in manual mode

    2. Keeping a proper look-out by sight & hearing
    2.1. Detecting objects in daylight
    2.2. Detecting objects by night

    3. Contribute to monitoring & controlling a safe watch
    3.1. Procedures to intercession on watch
    3.2. Procedures for maintaining a watch
    3.3. Procedures for handing over watch
    3.4. Training procedures for watch relief

    Simulated models
    Active Models

    • 3 merchant vessels over 4100 GRT

    Target Models

    • 3 merchant vessels over 4100 GRT
    • Cutter, Motor boat, Sailing Yacht, Waverunner, Marine Patrol Vessel, FRB, Liferaft.

    Exercise areas

    • Narrow passage
    • Port approach
    • Inland waterway with one-way traffic
    • Inland waterway with oncoming traffic
    • Inland waterway with access to the sea
    • Sea area

    Configuration
    The simulator consists of Instructor WorkPlace (IWP) software and one or several Students WorkPlaces (WPS) which can be in base or compact configuration.

    Base configuration includes steering stand with built-in steering wheel, sensor control panel and visualization on projection apparatus or LCD panel(s). Compact configuration includes steering stand and visualization of the area with joystick and mouse steering.

    The Student Workplace(s) can be extended to include the simulators "SCS-2009" Small Craft Simulator and "SRV-2010" Complex Survival Craft Simulator, which can all be managed from one Instructor Workplace.

    The Instructor WorkPlace (IWP) provides

    • choice of exercises containing
      • area of navigation
      • hydrometeorological conditions
      • time of day
      • positioning & trajectory of target vessels
      • overload situations
    • adjusting the initial exercise parameters:
      • changes to navaids
      • changes to wind strength & direction, visibility, precipitation, wave height, time of day
      • adding new target vessels
    • model selection & positioning of student ships (active vessels)
    • visual control - with the help of virtual cameras it is possible to observe any part of the navigation area and the bridge of the active ship from any angle
    • active management of the students vessel
    • recording of the exercise for debriefing

    The Student Workplace (WPS) provides

    • steering stand with:
      • autopilot simulator in analog & digital versions with
        • Auto Mode
        • Manual Mode
        • Tracking Mode
      • steering wheel
      • engine control (throttle/gears)
      • magnetic compass
      • gyro compass repeater
      • helm
      • direction finder
      • course recorder
      • binoculars
    • visualization of the surrounding area

    US CoastGuard compliance
    To conform to US Coast Guard recommendations (MERPAC Recommendations on the specifications for simulators to be used to train and/or assess applicants for certification as an RFPNW), the following faults can be injected from the Instructor Workplace:

    1. Gyro-compass, steering pump & steering motor failure
    2. Steering alarms

    • ARPA guard ring intrusion
    • gyro-compass failure
    • smoke and/or heat detectors
    • running light panel
    • steering pump & motor failures

    Documentation

    The simulator is supplied with a set of technical and operational documentation, including training guidance.