• CT will present projects and products that use breakthrough technologies for the future of the aviation and space industries that accelerate innovation throughout the product life cycle.
  • These include the design of the Halo Space tourism capsule, interoperability solutions for pre-mission tactical assessment, power electronics products, and strategic program and project management through 3DEXPERIENCE.
  • This year marks the company’s 35th anniversary of helping its customers to become more efficient and competitive, and placing people at the heart of its business.

CT, a leading technological company that provides innovation and engineering services throughout the complete product life cycle, is participating in the 54th edition of the Paris Air Show, held at Le Bourget from June 19 to 25.

This year, CT welcomes visitors in Hall 2B, at booths C93 and C91, the latter represented by its subsidiary CT Infodream, with its latest developments in 4.0 technology integration, military mission risk-assessment and strategic management through 3DEXPERIENCE. In addition, visitors can learn first-hand about one of CT’s major milestones in the space tourism sector, the Halo Space project, in which CT is the technical authority and overall integrator of all systems.

The stand is a showcase for the products of several companies of the CT Group, including CADTECH, Partner of Dassault Systèmes, and Axter CT, specialized in the development of hybrid and/or electric propulsion, power generation and distribution systems. In addition, CT Infodream has its own stand (C91), to present the many advantages of Qual@xy Suite, a unique Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software solution specially designed for Industry 4.0, which has already been implemented by large international groups, leaders in their sectors.