CnTech Flight Simulator Manufacturer For China, A Turn-Key Solution Expert

Who We Are?

CnTech, a flagship imitation company manufacturing state-of-the-art flight simulators for the customers all over the globe. Virtual simulation and flight simulation is the prime concern and advanced software and hardware are designed for the simulations by the company itself. CnTech is a Chinese manufacture who has ensured its position in the regional market while enhancing the global footprint. A work force exceeding 100, and more than half of the company staff is engineers who has mastered; aerodynamics, aviation theory, avionics, electronics, programming and machinery design.

Figure 1- China Imitation Intelligent Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Building.

 

What are We Good At?

The prowess gained through hundreds of projects and expertise gained from many research and development initiatives, made us stand above the others in aviation training industry. Designing the best software to run the simulator comes along with the first few primary requirements and CnTech runs an extra mile for you in case of software and hardware. We put a significant effort to make these two parts to the highest standards as it decides the quality of the training. Except for the quality and integrity of products, extreme care offered for the new and recurrent customers has become a driving force that attracts and holds customers towards the CnTech.

Figure 2- A Fully Fledged CNFSimulator.A320 V4.2 Simulator.

Why Us?

There are hundreds of reasons to land in CnTech as your win-win solution for simulation requirements. But to make things clear, will dig in to some facts regarding the CnTech. We at CnTech prefer quality over quantity and our well-qualified staff continuously updating with the newest trends in the industry. Our set of engineers who have accumulated unmatched experience and knowledge in the industry, design the flight simulator systems which are continuously monitored and evaluated for the right standards by more than 10 pilots in the consultancy team. With such an extra level of integrity, we leave no room for any error in our designs.

Figure 3- CNFSimulator.A320 V4.2 Simulator Structure Design.

 

Our Presence in the Industry

Presence of the CnTech in the aviation training industry escalated in a brisk pace and ranked as a top contributor with no time. A series of flagship simulators including A320, B737, C919, IL-76, F-35, Su-25, Cessna172 and Bell206 were designed and developed according to the industry standards along with other customized models. Product diversity under the CnTech wing boasts our excellence and ability, backed by our customer feedbacks; which are always encouraging and recommending. We are willing to engage in new designs for any upcoming aircraft models as well.

Within a short period of time, CnTech has established its footprint in the domestic market with a solid customer base. Flight simulators for the training of Chinese state-owned aerospace manufacturer, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC) is provided solely by the CnTech. Other users such as Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), CPLA air force, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, China Petrochemical Corporation and China National Offshore Oil Corporation are among the list of business users of the company. Hundreds of research institutes and college users are also working with CnTech to fulfil their simulation requirements. Our plans to expand globally will increment the domestic footprint and ensure the domination in the local market.

Source: https://en.cntech.com/cntech-flight-simulator-manufacturer-for-china-a-turn-key-solution-expert/

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Company Name: CnTech Co.,Ltd
Contact Person: CnTech
Email: info@cntech.com
Phone: +86 19921090304
Country: China
Website: en.cntech.com

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