MITAGS in Maritime Exec Article: “Artificial Experience”
Last updated on Feb 24, 2023 | Press
“At MITAGS in the U.S., it’s common to have four or more simulators integrated into one exercise for port operation studies or advanced training.
Glen Paine, Executive Director, MMP MATES Program (MITAGS), says this is just one part of the innovation going on. Additionally, MITAGS has expanded its Maritime Apprenticeship Program to include unlimited tonnage licenses for oceans and inland waters.”
Read more about the various simulation advancements at training facilities and academies around the country here: https://www.maritime-executive.com/magazine/artificial-experience
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