Cruden to debut a new simulator at IAAPA this year
Cruden, a company famous for their incredibly smooth and realistic racing simulators, will be unveiling a new speedboat simulator this year at IAAPA in Orlando, Florida. Once strapped in, you will have the opportunity to experience a dual engine P1 powerboat or a fast interceptor military vessel.
The Hexatech 3CTR, which is the three seater simulator, is the first Cruden simulator to accommodate three people. The guest to the right of the driver will control the throttle, the person to the left of the driver is the navigator.
Frank Kalff, commercial director of Cruden, said, “This year, IAPPA is all about demonstrating Cruden’s intention as a serious simulator technology leader in the attractions sector, and in a number of imaginable experience settings. The sophistication of our simulators is already appreciated by race engineers for vehicle development; now we will help the market understand what that means for water or air craft and for interactive experiences incorporating multiple guest inputs, such as powerboat racing or wild water rafting.”
Look for Cruden at booth #1050 at IAAPA in Orlando, Florida on November 18-22.