On behalf of JSC Azimut, CEO of the company Asker Saidov welcomed the participants, organizers and guests of the XIIIth International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2017 and invited them to visit the exposition booth of AZIMUT at the exhibition.
“The Aviation and Space Salon in Zhukovsky, which has undoubtedly been the largest forum for innovative technologies, breakthrough products and intellectual achievements for the last 25 years, time and again gives us an opportunity to see the power of the human mind and ability to be way ahead of their time. And today, in the age of information technology and cyber-physical systems, there is no substitute for the illustrative purpose of full-scale models, explanations, professionals, personal contacts and companionship. MAKS fully provides us with these opportunities,” - said the head of the company.
Asker Saidov stressed that the expositions and business program of the Salon will always be both varied and practical because leading Russian and foreign companies, and research organisations participate in them, “This enables specialists to deal with specific challenges related to finding new solutions and new partners for prospective cooperation, which is especially important today, when global supply chains are becoming the basis for industrial development.”
“I am confident that the current Aviation and Space Salon will be one of the main exhibition events in Russia this year. I sincerely wish all the exhibitors and visitors unforgettable impressions, interesting meetings, professional discoveries and clear sky over the airfield of Flight Research Institute named after Gromov,” - concluded CEO of JSC Azimut Asker Saidov.
JSC Azimut with the assistance of the Rostec State Corporation develops, manufactures commercially, and supplies, on a turnkey basis, civil aviation enterprises with the facilities of communication, navigation, landing, surveillance, and air traffic control automation, as well as develops and implements integrated projects of equipping and re-equipping aerodromes and air traffic control centres.