ARI’s Warship simulator facilitates training in ship handling, maneuvering, marine propulsion and decision making on naval warships in an environment that offers all the complexities of the real world without any of the associated dangers, risks and costs.
The Full Mission Warship Simulator provides detailed simulations of a comprehensive range of the features unique to naval vessels and accurately simulates the ship handling characteristics of a wide variety of naval ships including destroyers, frigates, missile ships, offshore patrol vessels and more. Bridge equipment, specific to naval vessels, is ergonomically built and arranged in a manner that provides total look and feel of a naval ship in motion. High fidelity visual display systems and rigorously modelled 3D scenes provide a completely immersive and believable environment for the hands-on training of naval personnel.
The ARI Machinery Control Room Simulators are designed to train and assess the competence of engine department personnel on warships, including officers in charge of an engineering watch and ratings forming part of the engineering watch.
The MCR Simulators are based entirely on real warship technical systems including the main propulsion plant, automation, power generation and management, damage control machinery and other auxiliary systems. MTU (12V, 16V) and other engine types are simulated including Gas Turbine and Steam turbine propulsion systems for specific vessel types.
ARI Simulation solutions are designed to be modular, making it possible to create a simulated environment very similar to the way a client’s specific vessels are designed. ARI can create a library of ship models that conform to the behavioural characteristics and appearance of warships in your own fleet. As with all naval customers, the confidentiality and integrity of your data is fully protected at ARI.