Fishing Companies Donate Millions to New Kongsberg Fishery Simulator in Greenland
The extension will feature new consoles and instruments for training on maneuvering, fish finding and fish catching.
Nine commercial fishery companies have donated in total DKK 3.2 million (USD 470.000) to Danish training institute, the Greenland Maritime Center, for investment in a state-of-the-art K-Sim Fishery simulator from Kongsberg Digital.
A first of its kind in the Kingdom of Denmark, the K-Sim Fishery simulator will enable students to gain vital competence in diverse fishery situations, including aft deck operations, and is scheduled for installation in 2020.
Introduced by Kongsberg Digital in 2018, K-Sim Fishery is based on sophisticated K-Sim Navigation simulator technology, with...
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