OSC centre
OSC centre

The new OSC training centre and office located at the Norwegian Maritime Competence Centre. ...

Visuals
Visuals

Crane simulator software, showing 3d visuals. ...

Display solutions
Display solutions

The new 4m display solution housing crane and winch simulators at OSC's new simulator centre in NMK. ...

Technology
Technology

Major provider of high-tec solutions for offshore simulators ...

Training centres
Training centres

OSC can provide total integrated offshore training solutions. ...

Training
Training

In partnership with Ålesund University College we can provide the most advanced training courses for the Offshore industry. ...

OSC is the worlds most advanced provider of simulators for demanding offshore operations.

We are able to achieve this due to high level operational know-how from the maritime cluster here in Norway mixed with advanced computer technology, sophisticated mathematical models and state of the art 3D graphics display systems. This includes complete offshore vessel bridges with all relevant controls and systems. Using intelligent software and interfaces we are able to produce solutions where we can change the vessel’s environment including altering the weather, winds, waves and time of day at the touch of a button.

 

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News

26/08/2013 13:48

Høyre party leader visit OSC

Party leader visits Offshore Simulator Centre's simulators at NMK. ...

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03/06/2013 15:43

OSC at Nor-Shipping

OSC will be attending Nor-Shipping 2013. Stand: C02-24e ...

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Offshore news

17/04/2014 02:13

Survivors Still Alive On South Korean Ferry

Several people appear to have survived in an air pocket of a capsized South Korean ferry, the father of one of the school children aboard the boat told a Reuters reporter accompanying families out......

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17/04/2014 01:49

Australia's Padbury Delays Detailing $6B Port Funding

Padbury Mining on Thursday failed to reveal the investors behind a more than $6 billion port and rail project in Western Australia's iron ore belt, asking for its shares to remain suspended until......

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17/04/2014 01:39

Bangladesh: National Geographic Magazine Exposes Shipbreaking Conditions

The upcoming May edition of National Geographic Magazine features a harrowing account of the shipbreaking crisis in the yards of Chittagong, Bangladesh. The pictures and the video posted on the ma......

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