Operator Training Simulator Experts

Operator Training Simulator Team of Experts

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Henk Leegwater
Ir. Henk Leegwater (1951) is not only a former professor and Managing Director at the Technical University Eindhoven; he is a highly recommended consultant in the industry, both on boardroom and plant level and very much involved in implementation projects of improvements and innovations. Since recognising the unique solutions of Operator Training Simulators, Henk has been our Managing Director with a bird’s eye view and a ‘hands-on’ consultant. He has an unstoppable desire to improve safety and reliability in the petrochemical industry. His knowledge on Systems and Control Engineering is furthermore supported by 25 years of experience as an executive manager in the chemical process industry (DSM).
Operator Training Simulator Operations Expert Henk Leegwater
Operator Training Simulator Simulations Expert Mathieu Westerweele
Mathieu Westerweele
Dr. Ir. Mathieu Westerweele (1973) is co-founder of Mobatec and the architect of the Mobatec Modeller. The Operator Training Solutions process modelling and simulation engine is considered to be best value and lowest cost in the industry. Mathieu is constantly promoting better use of dynamic process models of any kind of process on any scale, both as a lecturer at TU/e and in his daily operations. He and his team spend many hours on improving (building, testing and debugging) a wide variety of process models for many purposes. He now specifically directs his expertise and insights on operator training simulators for the process industry.
Peter Heerschap
Peter Heerschap (1963) studied chemical engineering and Human Resources Management. He acted as Learning & Development Advisor for Shell in The Netherlands and abroad, with specific focus on training of operators and technicians. Checking and training competences are of utmost importance, even though training on the job has become extinct, nowadays. Still, real-life operator training is the key to craftsmanship and professionalism. It is Peter’s quest that newest technology and methods are available to trainers and trainees, and will continuously evolve to maintain state-of-the-art training and certification tools.
Operator Training Simulator Training Expert Peter Heerschap
Henk Leegwater

Operator Training Simulator Operations Expert Henk Leegwater

Ir. Henk Leegwater (1951) is not only a former professor and Managing Director at the Technical University Eindhoven; he is a highly recommended consultant in the industry, both on boardroom and plant level and very much involved in implementation projects of improvements and innovations. Since recognising the unique solutions of OTS, Henk has been our Managing Director with a bird’s eye view and a ‘hands-on’ consultant. He has an unstoppable desire to improve safety and reliability in the petrochemical industry. His knowledge on Systems and Control Engineering is furthermore supported by 25 years of experience as an executive manager in the chemical process industry (DSM).

Mathieu Westerweele

Operator Training Simulator Simulations Expert Mathieu Westerweele

Dr. Ir. Mathieu Westerweele (1973) is co-founder of Mobatec and the architect of the Mobatec Modeller. The OTS modelling engine is considered to be best value and lowest cost in the industry. Mathieu is constantly promoting better use of dynamic process models of any kind of process on any scale, both as a lecturer at TU/e and in his daily operations. He and his team spend many hours on improving (building, testing and debugging) a wide variety of models for many purposes. He now specifically directs his expertise and insights on simulators for the process industry.

Peter Heerschap

Operator Training Simulator Training Expert Peter Heerschap

Peter Heerschap (1963) studied chemical engineering and Human Resources Management. He acted as Learning & Development Advisor for Shell in The Netherlands and abroad, with specific focus on training of operators and technicians. Checking and training competences are of utmost importance, even though training on the job has become extinct, nowadays. Still, real-life training of operators is the key to craftsmanship and professionalism. It is Peter’s quest that newest technology and methods are available to trainers and trainees, and will continuously evolve to maintain state-of-the-art training and certification tools.