Unitest Marine Simulators Ltd.
UNITEST is a private - owned enterprise, founded in 1990 and based in Gdańsk, Poland. In the beginning the company's activities were concentrated on the design and production of diagnostic measurements on ships during sea trials. Gradually, the scope of company activities was broadened and included the design and installation of complete Diesel engines laboratories for marine educational institutions.
In 1994, UNITEST has started to develop Computer Based Training (CBT) - interactive programs for marine engineering students and ship engineers. Presently, UNITEST Marine Training Software package includes 28 independent programs.
UNITEST is world leader in creation of maritime training software and engine room simulators. Our products are installed in 52 countries around the world. In the near future UNITEST will increase the number of programs it offer, first of all with application of 3D presentation.
Since 1995, our company has begun to produce full mission engine room simulators. In 1997, the first three engine room simulators with low speed Diesel engines as well as Diesel generator plant were designed and produced. In 1998, a new desktop type engine room simulators for low and medium speed engines room were created. In 2000 new simulator model for steam turbine plant was developed. UNITEST MED3D, last engine room simulator with 3D visualization, offered in hardware and software version is related to modern engine room controlled by computers.
UNITEST also creates interactive programs adapted to the needs of different marine equipment manufacturers. These programs, by using tri-dimensional techniques of presentation, complete the operator's manuals and allows better understanding of the equipment construction and functioning. UNITEST constantly cooperates with ALFA LAVAL, Sweden, Kistler, Switzerland and another maritime manufacturers.
UNITEST is also word leader in application of virtual reality techniques in marine engine room simulators.
Dr Leonard Tomczak, starting from beginning, is UNITEST company owner and managing director. UNITEST staff is based from the experts from Gdynia Maritime Academy and Polish Navy Academy, Poland. All UNITEST product comply with the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, as amended in 1995. Certificate of Compliance was issued by Polish Register of Shipping in Gdańsk, Poland.