High-definition video

August 2, 2012 - 4:20pm

Flight Display Systems has introduced its Fly HD aircraft video system, which it says is a cost-effective and easy-to-install upgrade path to get full 1080p high-definition video in cabins. The system has been engineered to use HD-SDI signals on the common coaxial cable that is already installed on many aircraft, reducing rewiring and converter boxes. Fly HD flat-panel HD monitors are available in sizes from seven to 55 inches. Installations can range from simple monitor upgrades to a complete cabin management system.

May 5, 2010 - 6:23am

DeCrane Aerospace division Audio International (Booth No. 1169) is pumping up the sound at EBACE with its AI Platinum HD high-definition system for which deliveries have just begun.

July 28, 2009 - 10:17am

Audio International, a DeCrane company based in Little Rock, Ark., has launched
the AI Platinum Elite high-definition cabin-management system, providing full 1080p resolution via high-speed 3G-SDI over CAN bus architecture.

May 6, 2009 - 6:55am

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.

February 8, 2008 - 10:25am

SkyTheater’s new high-definition audiovisual and surround-sound system has passed DO-160 testing, and the first installation will be in service on a business jet by the second quarter. Previous versions of the system are already flying aboard a variety of Boeings and Gulfstreams. The Hollywood, Fla.-based company has 12 orders for the new package scheduled through 2011.

February 8, 2008 - 10:25am

SkyTheater’s new high-definition audiovisual and surround-sound system has passed DO-160 testing, and the first installation will be in service on a business jet by the second quarter. Previous versions of the system are already flying aboard a variety of Boeings and Gulfstreams. The Hollywood, Fla.-based company has 12 orders for the new package scheduled through 2011.

 
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