STEPS, simulation for transport, engineering, power and hydrocarbons industries

29 Mar, 2014
Commissioned in 1985 by GSE Systems, units 1 and 2 of the Mochovce simulator have been fully renovated by CORYS. Renovation has involved migration to a Windows PC platform, a new instructor station, replacement of the 10,000 inputs/outputs, and new ...
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.
12 Mar, 2014
One of the largest, most complex simulator upgrades in the U.S. nuclear power industry is proceeding on schedule at the NextEra Point Beach nuclear plant in Wisconsin.
12 Jan, 2014
Orders for simulators by rolling stock manufacturers – including Alstom, Bombardier, CSR, GE and Siemens– were marginal ten years ago. They now account for over 20% of Transport sales for CORYS.
10 Jan, 2014
In a world first, EDF will be equipping its 900 MW and 1300 MW sites with fullscale simulators equipped with fully digital control rooms, to be used for operator training. These high-fidelity copies of the control room will significantly reduce the ...
11 Aug, 2012
An increasing number of CORYS’ 550 transport simulators have been upgraded to include Communication Based Train Control (CBTC) systems. This technology is now becoming widespread – and in many cases mandatory – in Europe (ERTMS) and the US (PTC). Here ...
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.
06 Jul, 2012
The COMON* project partners are convinced that several months can be shaved off the time it takes to establish control systems. Their chief idea has involved creating a seamless “engineering chain” based on a shared database, enabling each partner’s...
10 Dec, 2011
Samurail, the CORYS railway optimisation solution is now based on QT technology, incorporates ERTMS Level 1 and 2 signalling and is opening up to metros and trams. Thanks to continuous enhancements it remains the most accurate and competitive solution ...

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STEPS is a blog eager to provide answers and to bring up new issues with simulation users.

Its information is based on 30 years of CORYS experience of simulation and on the feedback from our customers around the world, in the field of Transportation, Power and Hydrocarbons industries.

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