Aircraft cabin and flight deck solutions company Ingenio Aerospace has teamed with Dassault Falcon to develop “plug and play” personal electronic device (PED) receptacles for Falcon 2000, 900, and 7X cabins. The products also integrate with the in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems in these aircraft to provide users with USB-driven solutions for PEDs.
According to Ingenio, the cabin receptacles have been developed to accommodate the company’s products, including its cabin tablet arms, in all Falcon cabin interiors. “Together, receptacles and arms offer passengers convenient, comfortable, and stylish access to PEDs, and significant enhancements to existing IFE systems,” Ingenio said.
In addition, Ingenio’s Falcon cockpit tablet electronic flight bag (EFB) by Ingenio has been approved for in-service Falcon 900s and 2000s with EASy avionics. The company said this is a “versatile and easy-to-use tablet mount engineered to meet the latest certification standards, including flammability.”
Olivier Langeard, Dassault Falcon's director of aftermarket programs and business development, said these Ingenio products, which are now available via the Falcon service center network, increase the ease of use of handheld devices in both the cabin and flight deck.