Driving aviation e-enablement through innovative connectivity solutions
Total revenues from passenger connectivity services are expected to grow from $700 million in 2015 to nearly $5.4 billion by 2025. The launch of new HTS satellite connectivity is changing the face of the aviation market as airlines move from passenger –centric connectivity solutions to operationally driven IFC solutions.
With the increase of bandwidth, airlines will soon be faced with opportunities to implement real-time flight tracking and data analysis to better inform flight paths, maintenance schedules and navigation.
The Connected Aircraft Conference taking place from 7-8 March 2017 in Dubai, UAE will bring together airlines, OEMs, and solution providers to discuss the latest advancements in satellite connectivity to improve passenger experience and aircraft operations.
Key Benefits of Attending
Strategies for developing a predictive maintenance strategy through the use of big data and real-time analytics
Leveraging passenger Wi-fi connectivity for reduced safety margins and more accurate aircraft health monitoring
Strategies for accomodating new manufacturer protocols for health monitoring of new generation IFC enabled aircraft
Understanding the advantages and limitiations of Ka, ku and 2Ku bandwidths
Analysing the impact of HTS (High throughput Satellite) on the adoption of IFC services in the global aviation market
Manager Innovation Programs
Manager, Flight Operations Information Technology
Pilots and Aircraft Connectivity Manager
Manager Aircraft e-enabling
Digital Innovation Manager
Manager - IFE and FRS, Guest Experience
Head of Global Sponsorships CSR and In-flight Entertainment/Connectivity
Chief Researcher, Big Data Analytics - Group Leader, EBTIC
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Passenger connectivity
- Cabin solutions
- Flight operations
- Flight technical operations
- Passenger experience
- Cyber security
From the following industries:
- Regulation authorities