At Simwave you can train on your own ships in your specific port or operating area. Because we guarantee competitive pricing with a short time to market. Simwave has its own team of specialists who create accurate 3D mathematical ship models and specific port, river or sea environments.
At Simwave we facilitate equipment, software and knowledge to complete complex maritime research projects. We create the models, provide advice to clients on those projects and recognise fields of development.
The mathematical model is known as the “brain” of a simulation system. It ensures the proper motion of the ship model in 6 degrees of freedom (6DOF).
With Kongsberg’s K-Sim mathematical modeling tools and the experts in the modeler team, Simwave can cope with any challenge on modelling. The team is filled with expertise in shipbuilding, hydrodynamics, aerodynamics, ship propulsion systems, marine engineering, automation and navigation.
Simwave can build various types of ship models:
Ships and floating objects are modelled with hydrodynamic, hydrostatic and aerodynamic specifics but also regarding the propulsion system there are numerous possibilities i.e.:
The power systems, ballast water management and mechanical systems are also modelled and fully integrated into the Full Mission Bridge (FMB) system.
3D visual databases developed with state of the art tools can improve image resolution and quality, which helps to enhance the processing capabilities of the simulator and smooth motion of 3D images. The depth of the water is based on the latest updated ENCs (WGS 84).
The 3D visual databases include, but are not limited to:
In addition to developing the visual database for ports and navigation fairway, Simwave also provides a production of 3D visual database of urban, city and natural landscapes for simulation, introduction or management of various properties and resources.
The 3D visual database of military and civil constructions such as buildings, houses, warehouses, factories etc. can be designed at the request of their owner or manager to monitor and assess their condition. It is a useful tool to assess the property condition at the on-hire/off-hire or delivery time. Status of the works can be updated periodically as required.