VMAX Technologies Upgrades Subsea Simulation Software

October 26, 2009 at 9:29 pm Leave a comment

VMAX Technologies, part of Aberdeen-based Triton Group, has updated its innovative, physics-based Project Simulator for full field simulation and visualization with Version 1.6. This ROV pilot training and mission planning program now includes trainee task logging tools and an expanded suite of generic training scenarios, including a jacket survey scenario using non-destructive testing tools. It also includes a number of online training videos for teaching scenario developers how to create field-level scenarios in-house.

            VMAX Technologies General Manager Terry Lease said: “Version 1.6 builds on the success of the earlier V1.5 program, which has proven to be an invaluable tool for subsea operators by allowing them to take complete control of the simulation experience, helping to reduce risk, increase efficiency and create an overall reduction in project costs. This launch is the result of a lengthy research and consultation process and is reflective of our commitment towards keeping our technology at the leading edge to help our oil and gas customers stay ahead of the challenges facing the industry.”

            The newly updated software and the enhanced scenarios are now a standard part of the training courses offered by members of the Triton Group and its affiliates in the Houston, Brazil, Singapore and Aberdeen. VMAX has steadily worked to leverage the group companies and affiliates to expand its service base in both China and Brazil.



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