TrueNorth Partners With Flying Colours

Aviation International News » November 2012
November 5, 2012, 4:50 AM

TrueNorth Avionics’ Stylus cord-and-reel handset is now “ready for purchase and immediate delivery,” with Peterborough, Canada-based Flying Colours as the first of the company’s partners to install the equipment.

A wireless variant is in the works and can be expected in the near future, added a spokeswoman.

TrueNorth, based in Ottawa, emphasizes the “high-definition face-to-face quality calls, a Corning Gorilla glass face and one-button interface. Stylus is enabled by the TrueNorth software-centric Symphonē OpenCabin package.

Also available is the MyStylus software application that will allow passengers to incorporate the advantages of the Stylus in their own iPhone, as well as cabin Wi-Fi connectivity in combination with the TrueNorth Symphonē OpenCabin telecommunication system.

Stylus has multilingual capability, including languages with dedicated character sets, such as Russian and Chinese.

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