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Operation control room with towmaster


Aasta Hansteen - Bridging engineering to operations


An impressive operation and an impressive project! Aasta Hansteen highlights MARIN’s strategy of linking the engineering phase to the operational phase.


Noël Bovens,


Persijn Brongers & Dimitri van Heel n.bovens@marin.nl


details about MARIN’s simulation services for this special project. These cover time domain and full mission bridge simulations. Report addresses the verification study that was undertaken as a preparatory step, plus the various stages of the full mission simulations. Advance training of the marine operations’ team using real-time simulation will take place at MARIN’s own facility, which consists of multiple, interactive simulators. MARIN’s


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n addition to the main feature on Aasta Hansteen, where we interview Dockwise, this article provides more


Nautical Centre MSCN is being used for pilot and tugmaster training, port design studies and for offshore operation studies. Prior to the real-time simulation, a verification study is conducted where the individual components for the simulation are prepared. This study is done with the fast-time simulation tool aNySIM (based on XMF – see related article on page 20), which is specifically suited for conducting desktop multi-body time domain simulations.


Verification study One of the objectives of the verification study is to make sure that


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