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CT Celebrates 30th Anniversary at Paris Air Show

11 June 2019

CT will be exhibiting at the 53rd International Paris Air Show, held at Le Bourget Parc des Expositions from 17-23 June 2019, and organised by the SIAE, a subsidiary of GIFAS, the French Aerospace Industries Association.

CT will welcome its visitors at Hall 1, Booth H299, with its latest developments in Virtual and Augmented Reality, immersive solutions oriented to a full optimisation of the processes employed in manufacturing and assembly lines within the aeronautic sector. These technologies, based on gamification, are able to anticipate manufacturing needs throughout processes simulation, resulting in saving costs and time for their customers.

Moreover, the largest and longest-running aerospace trade show in the world (it will receive over 320.000 visitors this year) is the perfect showcase for CT’s anniversary, celebrating 30 years of excellence and revealing for the first time at this show its renewed corporate image.

During the whole week, various CT experts in aeronautical engineering will attend the event in order to bring visitors closer to its services, experience and projects across the complete aerospace products lifecycle.





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