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

06 Dec, 2011
Featuring touchscreens measuring over 1.3 m across which can be moved from one room to another, panels reproduced with astounding realism, and a direct, real-time interface with simulated models… Glass panels are opening up a whole new era in ...
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...
28 Nov, 2011
CORYS Thunder is currently undertaking the complete renovation of the full-scale simulator at Constellation Energy Nuclear Group (CENG) Calvert Cliffs nuclear energy plant in Maryland. This includes new hardware architecture, a new instructor station, ...
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...
04 Oct, 2010
Can a train driver take most of their practical examination on a simulator? In the United States, this has been possible for over fifteen years. In Europe, while examinations on rolling stock remain the benchmark, there are increasing signs of change, ...
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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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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