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Olympia London | 11-12 June 2019

CIVIL AVIATION ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO LTD


CAET is the leading civil aviation high-tech enterprise in China under the sponsorship of the Second Research Institute of CAAC. Our main business scope covers planning, consulting and design of airport construction, system integration and EPC, aviation application system and related products. In China, CAET is the only unit and lead integrator of the airport weak electricity systems, equipment manufacturer and system integrator of baggage handling system with proprietary intellectual property rights. Our vision is to become first-class practitioner of smart airport to open the era of comprehensive construction of smart airport.

www.caacetc.com



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