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28 May, 2018
To train over a 1000 drivers per year, the SNCF is investing in 36 cabin simulators and increasing the amount of simulation used in its twelve-month course.
30 Jun, 2017
It’s really a matter of collaboration and project organisation
23 Jul, 2015
Flat screens are becoming increasingly large, and cheaper, too; as a result, they are tending to replace the projection systems used in transport simulators. However, projectors still offer some major benefits. The following five considerations can ...
22 Jul, 2015
Several severe accident models were installed by CORYS on US nuclear plant full scope simulators these last few years. The training course described below was a first-of-a-kind. It appeared to be a creative and very effective training exercise, ...
12 Mar, 2014
Passenger simulation reaches an unprecedented degree of realism and accuracy, introducing dozens of different people waiting on a platform, getting on and off trains, blocking a door, getting a bag accidentally stuck in it, and more.
02 Aug, 2012
The 3D Matrix images have now been deployed on renovated simulators, and will be supplied as standard on all CORYS simulators. Whether the destination is Ireland, Australia or Brazil, the reasons are the same: improving trainee immersion and ...
10 Jul, 2012
With 19 simulators including three full-scope models, Transnet Freight Rail has 2,700 km of CGI imagery: some 10% of its network. Its aim is to boost the effectiveness of training by making the scenarios used as realistic as possible.
01 Dec, 2011
Renovating a simulator is very much cheaper than buying a new one and means its lifetime can be extended for a good ten years – and the maintenance contract is less expensive What criteria should transport operators use when deciding whether or not to...
12 Nov, 2011
With a contract worth several million euros, joint work by CORYS and its US subsidiary CORYS Thunder (CTI), and a “convergent technology” approach – making future use much easier – the renovation work on the two VVER440 simulators in Slovakia (Mochovce...
02 Oct, 2010
Along with REEL, CORYS is completing the development of its very first fuel loading and unloading simulator. This equipment includes a whole host of innovations: connection to PLCs, a mobile version, 3D imaging and more.

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