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Find out what happened at Simwave in our Newsletter March 2020. Sign up for the newsletter here for regular Simwave updates! Simwave Newsletter March 2020   Message from our CEO Marcel Kind We started the year with a full schedule, more trainings and we welcomed new long term clients....

Find out what happened at Simwave in our Newsletter February 2020. Sign up for the newsletter here for regular Simwave updates! Simwave Newsletter February 2020 Radio Zeeland autopilot in inland simulators In February 2020, two Radio Zeeland automatic pilot systems of the type Titan 550 were put into...

Find out what happened at Simwave in our Newsletter January 2020. Sign up for the newsletter here for regular Simwave updates! Simwave Newsletter January 2020 Sulphur Cap 2020: from compliance to competence The sulphur cap 2020 is a major step forward in environmentally sound and sustainable shipping. Can...

Find out what happened at Simwave in our Newsletter December 2019. Sign up for the newsletter here for regular Simwave updates! Simwave Newsletter December 2019 Seasonal Greetings from our CEO Marcel Kind I am pleased to send you warm greetings upon the arrival of Christmas, a special time...

Find out what happened at Simwave in our Newsletter November 2019. Sign up for the newsletter here for regular Simwave updates! Simwave Newsletter November 2019 2019: The Rise of LNG as a Marine Fuel Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is an upcoming Marine Fuel, with a much better emissions...

Being able to respond to alarms as well as finding and resolving malfunctions effectively is most important for marine engineers. Not finding serious faults quickly can contain risk factors such as loss of propulsion or environmental violation. Moreover, avoiding problems and unfortunate surprises is even...

Simwave officially opened its 5,000-square-metre maritime training centre in Barendrecht yesterday. Naturally, the opening was simulated. On all the screens of 59 simulators, four vessels sailed at the same time through an opening ribbon in an imaginary port with the Eiffel Tower, the Pyramids of...

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