Designed to DO-160 standards, the Applied Video Imaging (Booth No. 3406) DVI/HDMI to 3G-SDI converter unit is a rugged box plumbed to make it quick and simple for crew to bring mission-critical portable devices onboard helicopters for airborne surveillance and SAR missions. The converter is designed for use in airborne, ground and marine law-enforcement and defense surveillance applications. Based on industry standards, it can be used with any SDI display or system.
Lufthansa Technik’s Innovation Business Unit has begun production deliveries of its nice HD CMS/IFE (cabin management and in-flight entertainment) system for the new Learjet 70 and 75. It features personal HD video at most seat locations via seven-inch pop-up HD displays. The pop-ups have an ultra-thin, small and lightweight design. The system includes a number of media interfaces–USB, Apple and HDMI–that will enable encoding and streaming on the Ethernet network simply by connecting personal devices to the system to watch and listen.
Roku recently unveiled a new solution to a better smart TV–the Roku Streaming Stick. The wireless device is about the size of a standard USB flash drive that will plug into MHL-enabled HDMI television ports, allowing it to deliver power and other critical elements for the streaming experience.
Mid Continent Controls is taking advantage of the NBAA stage to introduce its new Pulse-nHD cabin management system and in-flight entertainment package that has all the goodies expected by a completion or refurbishment center, and more.
Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC), a Toulouse-based specialist in ACJ business jet cabin completion, claims to be the first to offer its customers the highest image quality with a full high-definition (HD) system based on the latest high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) standard.
Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC), a specialist in the ACJ series of business and private jet “nose-to-tail” cabin completion services, claims to be the first in that market to offer full high-definition cabin entertainment through HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface).
Flight Display Systems, launched in 1999 from the basement of now-president David Gray, began simply with its first product–a moving-map display.
Flight Display Systems is here in Geneva with two of its latest products: a Blu-ray video disc player and its Jet JukeBox for movies and music.
The U.S. company claims the video player is the first Blu-ray box specifically designed for aircraft. Users can upgrade their aircraft with the high-definition video disc player as a simple replacement unit, even if the cabin is not yet equipped with high-definition monitors.