Korea to Continue With Meteksan

Korea to Continue With Meteksan 6 July, 2020

Meteksan Defence will provide design and consultancy support for the new Republic of Korea Damage Control Simulator (DCSIM)

Meteksan Defence, which offers a DCSIM solution developed for the needs of the navy, will continue to work with the Republic of Korea. Meteksan Defence, which signed a contract with the Republic of Korea in 2017 and worked with a company located here, made its delivery in 2019. Within the scope of the need of the Republic of Korea Navy Command, the second DCSIM project was launched. Meteksan Defence signed a design and consultancy contract for the simulator to be built in the Republic of Korea.

The main purpose of the DCSIM is to ensure the ability to move to the nearest maintenance / repair port by continuing to provide mobility in case of damage to the ship. For this purpose; The damage should be taken under control and removed as soon as possible. In order to achieve this, the ship's personnel must receive wound defence training in accordance with the desired standards, and this training is carried out in a realistic training environment called DCSIM.

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