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Cruden to Show 100th Professional Motion-Based Simulator at Asian Attractions Expo


Visit Cruden at booth 840, Asian Attractions Expo, China National Convention Center, Beijing, 18-20 June 2014

Cruden, the Amsterdam-based designer and manufacturer of professional motion-based simulators, simulator software, components and track and car models, has produced its No. 100 simulator.

The special-liveried centennial Hexatech Formula Style Simulator no. 100, will take pole position alongside Cruden’s new PowerBoat 3CTR simulator at the Asian Attractions Expo in Beijing in June.

Cruden’s new PowerBoat 3CTR simulator

Frank Kalff, commercial director for Cruden, says, “What better way to exhibit for the first time in Asia than with such a statement of our established, proven race simulator technology? The Hexatech Formula Style simulator is the exact same technology as used by our customers in professional motorsport and very popular with simulator centres around the world.”

Cruden can trace its origins back to the Fokker Aircraft Company and FCS Racing Simulation, and has been developing professional motion simulators since the 1990s. Applying technology first used in the aerospace industry, Cruden has transferred realistically accurate motion simulation to the marine, automotive, motorsport and attractions industries.

Kalff continues, “It is testament to Cruden’s progress that we are also launching our new powerboat simulator in Asia, at the show. We have spent hours with the Dutch military measuring and modelling its fast interceptor vessels and security boats to get the motion just right. We know the Chinese market appreciates the difference between attractions devised as games and those from professional technology.”

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