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DeGroff Aviation Technologies has been offering innovative products to the aviation community for more than 35 years. We offer a range of products to support aircraft operators in both commercial and business aviation, as well as MRO needs.
Donecle provides a drone to automatically inspect aircraft during maintenance. Our technology combines a 100% automated drone (no pilot, no GPS) with image analysis algorithms to detect defects, lightning strikes, evaluate paint wear and check regulatory placards. We increase aircraft availability by reducing the length of inspections and provide data analysis solutions to optimize maintenance operations and costs while improving the safety of workers.
We offer a complete solution, from image collection to analysis and traceability, as well as training and maintenance.
Event management software created for event professionals by event tech experts
Our mission statement is to centralise data and applications to bring our customers a greater business intelligence to allow them to thrive and make informed decisions. Our solutions concentrate on the corner stones of any event business − Sales, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Registration & Exhibitor Management.
Damarel is a specialist software house, at the forefront of developing mission critical systems for airport operations.
We help airlines, airports and ground handlers deliver outstanding business results through class leading IT solutions.
Our class-leading software helps you excel in a very competitive industry. From airline Departure Control Systems (DCS) through to Airport Operational Database, ramp coordination and airline billing systems, we can help you optimise your business.
Located in Waltham, the award-winning 27-acre campus is heralded as a showcase for sustainable innovation, the creation of lifelike experiences using 3D, and has been LEED-certified, demonstrating the company’s commitment to conserving national resources.
DCL has been helping organizations transform their content to smarter formats for over 35 years. DCL’s services include automating XML & HTML conversion, metadata enrichment and web scraping using the latest innovations in machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) technology. DCL helps organize content for modern technologies and platforms.
Datalex is a market leader in digital commerce for travel retail. Our Commerce Platform enables a travel marketplace of over one billion shoppers covering every corner of the globe, driven by some of the world’s most innovative airline retail brands.
Our Digital Commerce Platform combines pricing, offer and order management with customer insights to deliver a competitive and differentiated airline retail experience on every device, across every sales channel and at every touchpoint in the travel journey.
Datalogic is a global technology leader in the automatic data capture and process automation markets, specialized in the designing and production of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors for detection, measurement and safety, vision and laser marking systems.
For 48 years Delex has been recognized by customers worldwide for providing best-value, customized solutions to real-world challenges; from meeting the training needs of the warfighter, operator, or maintainer; to National Security and Intelligence services; to design and development of data management systems and state of the art security systems.
DELTATEC aims to develop state-of-the-art products that create competitive advantages for its clients.
As a design services only company, DELTATEC role is systematically adapted to its customer needs: sometimes it is a pure hardware design, sometimes the development of a dedicated software, and, in other cases, the full design (hardware, software and mechanics) of a product and its manufacturing management.
Whilst ensuring design excellence and the highest level of product quality, DELTATEC generally shortens the product development cycle and so optimizes time-to-market.
Your customers are constantly demanding better quality, shorter lead times, faster responses and lower prices. Your ability to respond accurately and quickly to their needs is what will put you in front and keep you there.
You can't afford to guess each time you quote a price or estimate a delivery date to a customer, you need to see at a glance, the impact of every order, constraint, and bottleneck in your organization so that you can respond with a level of speed and efficiency that makes the most efficient use of your resources.
Supporting the industry in its performance challenges is our reason for being. Since our foundation, we have made this mission a reality by imagining, designing and developing solutions based on cutting-edge technologies so that our industrial customers have the most innovative tools at the service of their competitiveness.
Direct Dimensions, Inc. (DDI) provides unique solutions to complex modeling and manufacturing problems. We specialize in the on-site application of digitizers, laser scanners, and the conversion of complex three-dimensional data into 3D computer models.
Display Interactive is a French company with 10+ years of experience, coming from the digital world. We used to work with large consumer brands to fuel their customer experience with the latest technology innovations, delivering new services and applications or creating disruptive PoCs for their R&D centres.
Leveraging our long-standing relationship with these blue chip company and French airlines, we refocused our company on the aero market in 2013 and launched the first version of our UGO wireless product at AIX 2014.
DIT-MCO began its evolution shortly after founder George P. Heller incorporated his business that catered to the once-flourishing drive-in theater business in 1948. Drive-In Theater Manufacturing Company, renamed DIT-MCO in 1951, produced theater screens, speakers and other projection equipment. By early 1953, the construction boom of drive-in theaters ebbed and Heller looked for other avenues of revenue.
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