InformationACCEL Awarded the Visual System Bid of the ARJ21 Series Aircraft Flight Simulation Human-in-Loop Test Platform by SADRI

ACCEL Awarded the Visual System Bid of the ARJ21 Series Aircraft Flight Simulation Human-in-Loop Test Platform by SADRI

Tianjin, China, March 31 - ACCEL Flight Simulation (ACCEL) won the bid for the visual system project of the ARJ21 series aircraft flight simulation human-in-loop test platform from Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute (SADRI). This demonstrates the industry experts’ full recognition of ACCEL’s excellent products, advanced technology and quality service and support system.


Since its inception, ACCEL has been committed to providing industry-leading simulation technologies, products and services for commercial aircraft platforms. The products delivered by ACCEL have been unanimously recognized by customers and their end users and won customers’ trust and praise. SADRI is the design and research center of Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC). It is the largest civil aircraft research and development center in China, bearing the overall technical responsibility of the development of China’s civil aircraft projects, and undertaking the tasks of aircraft design, research and development, test and verification, airworthiness certification and key technology research. The cooperation between ACCEL and SADRI will enable the utilization of ACCEL’s advanced technologies to the domestic aircraft platform to accelerate its development, and lay a solid foundation for further cooperation between both parties in the future.


Mr. David Kong, General Manager of ACCEL, said, “ACCEL has been focused on the development of domestic aircraft, and our strategic development plan is highly consistent with that of COMAC. The winning of this bid is a prelude to the long-term cooperation between both parties. ACCEL will certainly live up to the expectations and spare no efforts to help the development of domestic aircraft.” In the future, we will make more determined steps and join hands to make unremitting efforts for the development of civil aviation and domestic large aircraft.