Accuracy in mathematical modelling is critical for maritime simulators as they become indispensable in R&D applications as an effective port and waterways design tool.
The Wärtsilä NTPRO (Navi Trainer Professional) simulators, therefore, integrate simulation of the ship-channel hydrodynamic effects and operational procedures to be used not only for traditional maritime training but also for several other R&D applications design tools for ports, channels, and terminals.
Navigators can prepare traffic operations for new or future marine infrastructure projects, as our R&D suite comes packed with a 3D database editing tool, Model Wizard, and a Virtual Shipyard with a ship hydrodynamic model development package. So, the simulator can be used for various projects such as port design and planning to study ship operations in restricted water conditions and mooring operations, including tug operation, ship design and incident investigation.
The ship model toolkit can be used for:
Model Wizard 3D Database Editing Tool develops the following data sets:
Sailing Area Library has an impressive collection of more than 294 areas covering practically all the important shipping areas, straits, and ports of call, as well as extensive sections of inland waterways. New areas can be developed based on customer requirements.
A flexible and user-friendly package for developing and editing ship motion, engine, and propulsion models, as well as controlling and documenting the results.
A powerful toolkit to develop and update highly integrated databases, making it possible to create simulation areas and ship models from anywhere in the world, and have perfect presentation automatically.