I/ITSEC 2016: CM Labs announces Vortex Studio
December 1, 2016 – On its stand at the exhibition, the company is showcasing a ship bridge simulator from the Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN). This is powered by MARIN’s Dolphin platform, combining a CM Labs’ multibody dynamics engine, desktop applications and image generator with MARIN’s internally-developed hydrodynamics engine.
Another system on display is a 550Truckplus Simulator by Doron Precision Systems, which utilises CM Labs’ vehicle simulation engine and image generation system. It was announced at the show that Doron – a company that develops simulators for emergency services and other sectors – had selected Vortex Studio as part of plans for expanding its portfolio into the mining sector.
About CM Labs Simulations
CM Labs builds simulation-based solutions to help clients design advanced equipment and prepare for skilled operations. Through its Vortex Studio platform, CM Labs provides capabilities for training simulators, mission rehearsal, virtual prototyping, and testing.
For more than 20 years, CM Labs’ Vortex Simulators have helped train equipment operators in port, maritime, and offshore environments all over the world. In the past few years alone, the Port of Tilbury, Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal, Indonesian Port Corporation, Napier Port, Ports of Auckland, multiple DP World sites, and the Pacific Maritime Association (USA) have chosen Vortex simulators to improve operational safety and efficiency.
Vortex® is a registered trademark of CM Labs Simulations. For more information, contact [email protected], or visit us at cm-labs.com.