Sector One, designed by Monaco-based company RS Simulation, includes unique technology to recreate the speed and power of a realistic racing environment and the feel of driving a race car on a real track using motion coding provided by D-BOX.
In a statement, D-BOX said the project has been in the works for nearly three years.
“Over the years, our motion technology has been utilized in all types of simulated training environments from aviation to the military, so we were pleased to work with RS Simulation and help them bring this brand new simulator to life,” said Claude Mc Master, D-Box’s president and CEO.
“The extreme accuracy and life-like motion provided by our motion systems into this experience is one that has always been appreciated and sought after by the professional pilot community, so Sector One will not disappoint.”
Shares of Montreal-based D-BOX rose 3.3% to sit at C$0.16 on Monday in Toronto.
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