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Interactive motorsport simulator company to exhibit at RAAPA Expo in Moscow
Cruden B.V. will exhibit at this month’s Russian Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (RAAPA) Expo (March 23-25, 2011; All-Russian Exhibition Centre, Moscow). The global supplier of professional, interactive, motion simulators for both industrial and attraction markets will attend as part of the EntEx stand (no. C8). EntEx is a local entertainment equipment distributor company.
“We are very excited about formally introducing the Russian and CIS countries’ attractions industries to our range of full motion simulators,” says Frank Kalff, Cruden’s commercial director. “We are already selling simulators to private customers in Russia and are convinced of the appetite for performance driving and motorsport-themed experiences among the general public. Our partnership with EntEx for this event shows we intend to approach Russian theme parks, malls and family entertainment centre in a professional manner. All marketing material and sales support will be provided in Russian and our experts will be on hand to talk to visitors with the assistance of a translator.”
Cruden will promote its full motion (six ‘degrees of freedom’) Hexatech and Hexathrill simulator ranges. Hexathrill is the company’s most recent simulator for the entertainment market, and is a lighter, more flexible version that uses less floor space and is much easier to locate and install. In addition to the standard, single-seat configurations, both product families are available with Formula-style cockpit bodies or with full Formula One cars integrated to the motion base. The Hexatech 3CTR, with three seats, is a simulator designed to increase guest throughput and allow a passive ride and interactive drive, simultaneously.
Cruden is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of professional, interactive, motion-based racing simulators. The company develops the most high tech, realistic and accurate professional equipment for the top levels of international motorsport, including Formula One, as well as vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. The same package is then made available to the global attractions market and to private individuals to create a motorsport experience which simply does not compare with ‘games’ machines on the market. Cruden’s heritage is in the development of professional simulators for the aerospace, marine and automotive industries. Originating from Fokker Aircraft Company, the company was FCS Racing Simulation before becoming Cruden in 2006. www.cruden.com