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First Floor, Atwell Arcade

3 Cantonment Street, Fremantle

(08) 9336 2228

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FACILITIES

Bridges Alpha, Delta/Tango

Each bridge can simulate a ship, which may take part in its own simulation or inhabit a shared simulation with another bridge.

Bridge Alpha

  • 200° field of vision over a seamless curved screen, which can be rotated to show full 360° of horizon

  • Additional 80° stern view screen

  • Bluetooth & Wireless NMEA (e.g. GPS & AIS portable-pilot-unit)

  • ECDIS display, Radar display, Ships status information, and environmental data

  • Realistic electronic communication across bridges and control machines

  • Binocular display window

  • Realistic overhead instrument panels

  • Surround sound

  • Can be quickly switched to tug / azi mode using advanced clip-on module

Bridge Delta/Tango

  • Dedicated tug bridges, with realistic unilever controls

  • 360° field of vision, twenty-four 55" mounted screens

  • Realistic electronic communication across bridges and control machines

  • ECDIS & Radar display window

Drone View

  • Shows a drone-like view that is movable in the simulation space

  • Can be recorded for later use 

  • Lever control

Bridge modules

The modules with varying instruments can be swapped between bridges where necessary, allowing us to meet unique training requirements.

 

Standard-ship module (x2)

  • For piloting standard ships (e.g. bulk-carriers, tankers, container ships, ferries etc)

  • Helm, Engine controls (single or twin screw ships)

  • Bow and/or Stern Thruster

  • Autopilot capability, horn/whistle/flood-light controls, view-adjustment joystick

Independent/Combi-lever Azimuth Thruster tug module

  • For piloting vector tugs using two independent levers

  • True-to-life handles, with complete alarm lights for left and right thrusters

  • Full winch control, with tension and pressure indicators

 

Uni-lever Azimuth Thruster tug module

  • For piloting vector tugs using uni-lever system

  • True-to-life handle, with complete alarm lights for left and right thrusters

  • Full winch control, with tension and pressure indicators

 

Independent/Combi-lever tug clip-on module

  • For piloting vector tugs using three independent levers

  • Bare-bones three-lever interface, plus winch control; clips onto standard-ship panel

  • Retains the ability to pilot standard ships without a module swap

  • Useful when a bridge frequently needs to alternate roles between a standard-ship and a tug

  • Can also be used for Rotor tug training, or for unique ships e.g. the Queen Mary II

 

Debriefing/presentation rooms

A facility to allow in-depth discussion and review of completed exercises; key to clarifying mistakes and reinforcing the correct approach.

  • Seats up to 14 students (in standard arrangement)

  • Central TV monitor and whiteboard

  • Replay analysis software with detailed statistics

  • Debriefing visual summary reports prepared for future reference

  • Monitoring screen displaying simulations in-progress