Fleet Work Trainer (FWT)


Fleet Work Trainer integrates computing power, 3D modeling, ship hydrodynamic, oceanography, environment, and navigation charts to produce a near realistic training environment to train the Communication Office, Radio Operator, Officer of the Watch and young officers to keep themselves abreast with the tactical communication rules and procedures.

The integration generated a panoramic view of an ocean with both day and night environment to make the training close to the actual scenario of an onboard ship. The ship hydrodynamic simulates a six degrees of freedom which includes roll, pitch, and yaw while the navigation element such as rate of turn, acceleration and deceleration speed is handled by the ship architectural aspect. Features such as flag hoisting enable visual signaling training to be conducted.

Diagram 1 – Training panoramic view from a ship

An overview of the FWT is illustrated as in Diagram 2 below. The function of each component shall be elaborated in the next section of this proposal.

Diagram 2 - Overview of Fleetwork Trainer

FWT is developed using commercial of-the-shelf technology, in contrast with competitor products which are developed using their own proprietary technology and thus limit cross platform portability. This ensures the lower cost of ownership and ease of finding talent to deliver and maintain the product.


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Altriz Technology Sdn Bhd has successfully achieved the first milestone in the development of Altriz Naval Training Simulator or ANTS suite by completing the flagship product Fleetwork Trainer module (FWT).

Altriz Technology Sdn Bhd is now actively marketing the product in the region and about to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a local naval training institution

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Altriz Technology's engineers and modelers work very closely together with domain and maritime experts to ensure our simulator products reflect and approximate the actual situations, conditions and procedures in the field. We spent hundred of hours with ex and present mariners and naval officers and used their valuable feedback to continuously improve our products