BCG Delivers Radar/ARPA Stations to CPM

December 15, 2016

Image: Buffalo Computer Graphics
Image: Buffalo Computer Graphics

Buffalo Computer Graphics (BCG) Inc. said it has delivered additional simulators to longtime customer Columbia Pacific Maritime School (CPM), in Portland Ore.

 
CPM ordered two additional radar/ARPA stations consisting of the brand new PC21X7 emulation, Virtual Steering Stand (VSS) software, as well as a new MaST instructor station. The order is in addition to the PCBME emulations it already has in Portland.
 
BCG and CPM have had a relationship for many years, and Capt. Dennis Degner, CPM’s Director, chose to come back to BCG to expand the school’s training capabilities. The simulator is installed as part of a new expanded facility for Capt. Degner and Columbia Pacific Maritime.

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