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Connected Aircraft Europe

From: 12 Mar, 2019 until: 13 Mar, 2019

Location: Munich, Germany


Event Summary

Although a new event for 2019, what sets this apart from the other “Connected” events is that it will be the ONLY event that is already running alongside an established AVIONICS event that has attracted over 1000 compatible attendees for over 10 years. A combination of these TWO events will ensure the HIGHEST level of AIRLINE attendance and the STRONGEST conference programm outside the USA.

Location

Venue: MOC Event Center, Munich

Address: MOC Event Center, Munich

Full details

Although a new event for 2019, what sets this apart from the other “Connected” events is that it will be the ONLY event that is already running alongside an established AVIONICS event that has attracted over 1000 compatible attendees for over 10 years. A combination of these TWO events will ensure the HIGHEST level of AIRLINE attendance  and the STRONGEST conference programm outside the USA. 

Our inaugrual event aims to add new dimensions to the established connectivity themes of IFC and IFEC – by including AI, VR, IoT, Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Flight Tracking, Flight Operations and MRO applications.

Airline operators around the world are increasingly deploying satellite and broadband-based solutions on their aircraft to keep-up with passenger demand for inflight connectivity (IFC). These systems can also provide enhanced flight operations by enabling real time data sharing with ground based operations teams.

According to recent research from the London School of Economics (LSE) there are 3.8 billion passengers flying annually with only around 25% of aircraft in the air offering passengers some form of onboard broadband connectivity service. This service is often of variable quality, with patchy coverage, slow speeds and low data limits.

By 2035, it is likely that IFC will be ubiquitous across the world as aircraft become smarter, fully connected machines, and with new services being introduced to benefit the passenger experience, grow revenues for airlines and improve safety. However, to achieve these goals it relies on reliable and seamless connectivity – from the cabin to the cockpit.

According to Inmarsat the connected aircraft can transmit data in real-time to reveal insights that could transform operations, potentially saving $5.6bn a year in unplanned maintenance costs. Connectivity enables airlines to bring dramatic, yet cost effective enhancements to the passenger experience – and to take advantage of the new revenue streams that accompany them.

Event contact: info@aerospace-media.com

URL: http://www.connectedaircrafteurope.com

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