National Institute of Technology, Hiroshima College
The National Institute of Technology, Hiroshima College was founded in 1898, when it started out as a small municipal school for sailors. The graduates today are highly skilled, thanks to an education system combining traditional class room education with hands-on practical learning.
Steering wheel, Radar, ECDIS and engine console are installed, surrounded by a 270-degree simulator view.
With equipment complying with the latest regulatory standards, they can learn the marine navigation efficiently at this facility.
Radar and ECDIS consoles
Lesson in progress
ECDIS training room
1. For the simulated view inside Simulator 1
2. For the Radar and ECDIS screens of Simulator 1
3. For the Radar and ECDIS screens of Simulator 2
4. The instructor creates scenarios and reviews the exercises on these screens.
These servers installed the custom software generates the radar echoes, simulation visuals and sound according to the scenarios.