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Simthetiq announces new milestone for the X2 Visual System

21 February 2018

Montreal, Canada, February 21, 2018– Simthetiq, a leading provider of 3D visual solutions for the civil aviation and defense sectors, is pleased to announce a record year for the X2 Visual SystemTM. The X2 Visual SystemTM, powered by the aXion Image Generator, provides immersive and highly realistic training environments and features a full suite of weather effects, whole earth terrain and an extensive library of customized airports. The Level D compliant X2 Visual SystemTM has now been qualified on over 50 Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD) worldwide, including over 20 Level D Full Flight Simulators. It will be on display at the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) in Orlando from 17th to 19th April 2018.

About Simthetiq Founded in 2005, Simthetiq brings together a team of experienced professionals in the training and simulation field to serve the civil aviation and defense markets. We offer an immersive visual system using our proprietary image generator including a library of high quality airports and 3D models bringing training ever closer to reality. Visit our website for more information www.simthetiq.com

Press contact:

Helene Coulombe T: +1 514 464 2088 E: helene.coulombe@simthetiq.com

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