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Simtec Systems GmbH Hermann-Blenk-Str. 52, 38108 Braunschweig, Germany T: +49 5307 2039-400 E: a.stickel@simtec.de W:www.simtec.de


Simtec Systems GmbH


systems such as flying theatres, motion simulator systems and interactive dark rides. Our competence is not limited to building


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and developing motion platforms, we also provide other elements for a top-class simulation attraction, such as media content, special effects, AV technology and screens. Simtec has enlarged its product portfolio and has designed the award winning interactive Digital signage system – ScreenFLITE®.


Our product portfolio HEXaFLITE® Flying Theatre In 2019 Simtec presented its new HEXaFLITE®2.0 concept. This new design incorporates technology which has been proven over many years (like 6-DOF motion etc.). Newly developed additional features make the flight even more exciting – incomparable to other flying theatres. The new system design allows full motion


starting already in the loading position and throughout the entire tilt process into the show position


Optional, the seats can be tilted backwards


while the system platform remains in loading position in order to direct the guests’ view to an extended screen in the ceiling area for giving them the impression of looking into the sky (e.g. rocket launch simulation) • Compact seating in the centre of the screen • Variety of special effects, e. g. scent, wind, spritz, rain


• Large movement in all six degrees of freedom for smooth soaring and dynamic movements


• Available with 20, 36, 48, 60 and 72 seats • Turn-key attraction including screen, projection, audio-video system and media content


58 HEXaFLITE2.0 Handbook and buyer’s guide 2020


imtec Systems is one of the leading entertainment attraction suppliers, especially for customised simulator


FUNRIDE Simulator Rides Realisable as Immersive Tunnel, Open Cabin or Closed Cabin attractions! • Motion systems with up to six degrees of freedom


• Up to 96 passengers in an open theatre or closed cabin configuration • FUNRIDE TR with turntable – 360° rotation in both directions • 3D projection systems • Customised interior theming • Optional special effects • Turn-key attraction including screen, projection, audio-video system and media content


Interactive Dark Ride • Combination of traditional dark ride concept with the fun of competing each other of modern video games • Individually designed vehicles: rotation, flexibility in speed, equipped with interactive components and effects


Andreas Stickel, director business development


• Rotation passenger cabin: 360° in both directions


ScreenFLITE® - Digital Signage System • Twelve LED displays with about 2m² each arrange to form different patterns in an elaborated dance


• Screens can form figures with 2, 3, 4 or 6 displays


Key markets We cover parks, malls, airports, museums, zoos and aquariums, expos and tourist destinations.


Company strengths We seize our customers’ ideas and suggestions and in a close co-operation create individual simulation attractions. We are flexible in time and design and also offer turn- key solutions! It is important to us to establish a long-term


relationship with our clients and to serve them over the life-time of our product.


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