AIN Special Reports

Cabin Electronics and Connectivity

 - August 10, 2017, 10:00 AM

The relentless pursuit of the connected business jet cabin accelerated over the past year, as new high-speed Ka-band satellite constellations and next-gen terrestrial networks prepared to come online, and passenger expectations for a home- or office-like cabin experience continued rising. The developments come fast and furious, as seen through the sphere’s three foundational elements: the networks that carry the digital traffic; the hardware, products and apps that underpin and manage it; and the access services that unlock the channels to and from the aircraft. Here are highlights of the news, changes and progress of the past year.

This report examines the airborne connecitvity services offered by various network providers such as Inmarsat, Iridium and ViaSat. In addition, it will examine the offerings of companies such as GoGo Business Aviation, Satcom Direct, Rockwell Collins and Honeywell, all of which are looking to create an ecosystem of products and services that can be tailored to the needs of individual customers.

Download the report to learn more and to see our table of “Low-Cost Airborne Connectivity Options” complete with product descriptions, internet speeds, equipment pricing and usage rates.

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