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ARI offers simulation solutions for most every conceivable maritime & offshore need

ARI Simulation provides simulation products and solutions

Headquartered in New across a broad range of industries including marine, offshore, oil and gas, exploration and production, naval and strategic,

Delhi, India with op- airports, and construction. Its simulation products exceed the erations in the U.S., ARI standards prescribed by various International statutory and industry bodies, and its marine and offshore simulators are

Simulation’s business certi? ed by DNV-GL. “ARI’s marine simulation product portfolio includes the for more than two de- entire range of marine operations including Bridge, Engine,

Cargo and Communication operations,” said Shravan Re- cades has been to design wari, CEO, ARI Simulation. “ARI’s offshore products in- and deliver world-class clude simulators for drilling rigs, offshore cranes, offshore vessel handling, dynamic positioning, anchor handling, simulation solutions subsea support, ROVs and more. ARI offers a broad range

Shravan Rewari, CEO ARI Simulation of crane simulators for operational training in all essential across multiple maritime aspects of container, offshore and bulk handling operations ing solutions for the marine and offshore industries are only across more than 20 crane types.” expected to grow on account of the increasing legislative sectors. MR spoke with

Rewari is a co-founder of ARI with a background in marine requirements, safety, challenging measures, and complexity

Shravan Rewari, CEO, engineering (MERI, Calcutta) and robotics and control sys- of equipment,” said Rewari. “The demand for virtual reality tems (Stanford University, CA). He has long specialized in and simulation based training solutions for the marine and for his insights on tech- virtual reality and robotics technologies and their application offshore industries are only expected to grow on account of in the creation of innovative, immersive learning solutions. the increasing legislative requirements, safety, challenging nologies and technique

To that end ARI Simulation today offers scalable simula- measures, and complexity of equipment.” tion solutions that range from standalone table top simulators While the quality of the simulation image and graphics moving the maritime to fully integrated, large scale simulation systems that allow itself are essential ingredients, Rewari sees the propagation simulation markets.

for combined training across multiple simulators. of new technologies placed at the ? ngertips of instructors to make the process of mission coordination and assessment

Bright Future for Simulation much more sophisticated. “The use of wireless technologies, “The demand for virtual reality and simulation based train- blended reality technologies, motion tracking and other new

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