Almost 2.5 million zlotys is the budget of the project obtained by the consortium of the Technology Transfer Centre of the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin (CTT PUM) and the Innovation Centre of the Maritime University of Szczecin (CIAM) as support for scientific research and development work, in particular within the scope of commercialisation of their results. The funds will come from the "Innovation-Based Incubator+" programme implemented by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
The Institute of Marine Traffic Engineering of the Maritime University of Szczecin has acquired a new simulator. Polaris 7.5 - the latest equipment of Kongsberg - enables professional navigation and radar trainings for both navigation students and navigators who want to improve their qualifications. It is the most modern navigation simulator of this type in Poland.
In the period from 29th January to 4th February, the 4th meeting of the Sub-Committee of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping (HTW) was held in London. A representative of the Polish delegation in the work of this Sub-Committee was the Director of the Institute of Marine Technologies, Professor Janusz Uriasz.