Good morning everybody,
I come here in search of advice from the experts. I work in the Oil & Gas Industry, doing Major Emergency Management training. One of the things we do is provide simulated control rooms running a bank of simulate screens, usually of O&G Process from an oil rig. But occasionally the need for slightly different simulations are required, and this is where I need outside advice.
Part of the standard that an MEM course must meet is evacuating an oil rig due to a vessel on a collison course with the installation. Most rigs in the North Sea are fitted with a Radar/AIS system, so I’m creating a simulation of one. Unfortunately I come from a computer programming/motorsport background, so my marine knowledge is limited. My colleuges are not technically minded and are all from Emergency Management backgrounds, so were no help. So I’m looking for very basic explanations on the details on this image here:
http://postimg.org/image/g84x3lryp/ (Image linked rather than embedded due to size)
This was taken from a vessel from Subsea 7, but no explanations of the content was provided. If some kind person would be able to fill me in on what’s going on here I’d really appreciate it.
PI T 1/2/3/4
I understand that the right hand column is target data, so should be target specific. So clicking on a target would produce data specific to each target. I don’t need an in-depth description of everything here, and how it works. Just a very basic understanding of what these details are, so I can determine if I should (or even can) simulate it in our control room.
Thank you to everybody who bothers reading and replying to this