Panasonic Avionics Leads in In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity
As technology continues to advance, the way the world communicates, travels, and lives are constantly changing. Panasonic Avionics Corporation looks towards bringing these three things together while keeping up with current technology through In Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC) solutions. IFEC plays a big part in the aviation industry and can cost anywhere from $2 million to $5 million for a plane to be equipped with LCD monitors
and an IFEC system.
You are probably familiar with Panasonic Avionics Corporation, Thales Group, Zodiac, Lumexis, Gogo, and Rockwell Collins
as big players in the IFEC industry. These companies (and many more) are responsible for the music, video on demand, in-flight shopping, phone service, e-mail, video games
, and GPS flight location display that you have experienced while travelling on an aircraft. Panasonic Avionics Corporation, a subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation, is the world’s leading supplier of IFEC solutions. They design, develop, manufacture, and install customized IFEC solutions at both the private and commercial level. Along with all the standard and newer IFEC features, Panasonic Avionics most recent venture is delving into the world of In-Flight Wi-Fi. On July 24, 2014 Panasonic Avionics announced that they will be the first to bring in-flight Wi-Fi to China via their eXConnect system. They have has also connected with Aero Mexico to become the first Latin American airline to offer in-flight broadband. With inflight Wi-Fi, passengers will no longer need to turn off their internet devices during flight and will be able to use them as they would on ground. Panasonic Avionics Corporation is AS9100, ISO 14001, and ISO 27000 certified company.
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Posted on August 27, 2014