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Through our digital platform K-Sim Connect we offer our cutting-edge simulators as cloud-based training applications for subscription.

Our cloud-based simulation applications enables online training / eLearning with the use of recognized simulation technology. As instructor you can now provide your students with engaging and realistic exercises. And the students will have the benefit of being able to practice anytime and anywhere.

Our new normal consists of combining video conferencing and other collaboration apps with the K-Sim Connect eLearning solutions, enabling a seamless transition from the traditional mode of learning while maintaining the same high standards in delivering quality maritime simulator training services to our students and customers

Gerardo Ramon Galang, Director for IT and Simulator Support at Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP), Philippines

K-SIM CONNECT

K-Sim Connect is the digital platform through which KONGSBERG provides its cloud-based simulation solutions for maritime education and training.

Currently available on K-Sim Connect:

  • Subscription-based simulation applications based on our existing K-Sim simulators
  • Library of K-Sim Engine, K-Sim Cargo models
  • Library of K-Sim Navigation vessel models
  • Library of geographical exercise areas
  • Remote simulator training solutions
  • Simulation news, user stories and articles
  • Information and invitations to User Conferences

cloud-based simulation training 

The K-Sim Connect solutions are easy to use and are provided with pre-made exercises giving you the opportunity to get started right away. If you already are a user of our K-Sim simulators you will have the opportunity to upload your own exercises from your K-Sim Instructor System and make them available for your students through K-Sim Connect. When the students have completed the exercise, you can download an assessment file with the score to give personal feedback

BLENDED LEARNING

Several of our cloud-based training solutions seamlessly integrates with school-based simulators such as K-Sim ECDIS, K-Sim Navigation and K-Sim Radar. This allows for highly effective blended learning. When combining cloud-based and classroom instruction, the students can benefit from volume training and improve their learning outcome. They can use their own PC and prepare in advance of classroom education and also repeat exercises after simulator classes until they have gained the knowledge expected.

Running higher-level exercises with the actual physical presence of instructors and students in the same room definitely pays dividends, but so does allowing participants to practice at home via the cloud, enabling them to study in their own time and at their own pace. Combining these approaches is a good solution.

Dimitris Fokas, Training Manager, Angelicoussis Group, Greece

EXPLORE K-SIM® CONNECT MARKETPLACE

Cloud-based navigation, engine and cargo handling simulation applications for crew and operator training.

K-SIM CONNECT ELEARNING

SOUNDS INTERESTING?

Below we have listed some of our experts, which you can get in touch  with to learn more about how our solutions can support your business goals.

Morten hasås

Senior Vice President Maritime Simulation

asraf ibRAHIM

Regional Sales Director Asia

MICHAEL MUTI

Regional Sales Director Americas

erik hovland

VP Strategic Projects & Sales Director Defense

LOURDES EVANS

Sales Manager Digital Services

susanne roth

Customer Success Manager Digital Services

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