Archive | May, 2014

Travel Tip: How Wearable Technology Will Change Travel

Travel Tip: How Wearable Technology Will Change Travel Between online booking, flight-tracking apps, and boarding passes in our smartphones, travel is tied to portable technology. Now wearable technology may be changing how we travel. You’ve heard of Google Glass, which is a smartphone-slash-computer that you wear like a pair of glasses. You can find directions, use […]

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PANASONIC PRESENTS REAL-TIME AIRCRAFT TRACKING SOLUTION AT ITU SEMINAR IN MALAYSIA

Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data, including the Black Box – the need for International Standards in the Age of Cloud Computing and Big Data The United Nations’ ITU (International Telecommunication Union) and the Malaysian Government will host an expert dialogue on May 26-27 in Kuala Lumpur.  The seminar is titled, “Real-time Monitoring of Flight Data, […]

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Bombardier Connects CSeries With Panasonic

Bombardier Connects CSeries With Panasonic Bombardier has announced an agreement with Panasonic Avionics Corp. to feature its eXConnect system as a line-fit option on its CSeries passenger jet, which is currently undergoing an extensive flight testing program in preparation for a planned entry into service in late 2015.  CSeries FTV1 with the Ku-band antenna fairing […]

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Delta’s new IFE System by Panasonic

Delta’s new IFE System by Panasonic In a recent advertising blitz, Delta Air Lines started boasting about the fact that every single one of its international long-haul widebody aircraft now offer a personal inflight entertainment (IFE) system to each passenger. But not all IFE is created equally. On a growing percentage of the Delta fleet, passengers can find the […]

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Wireless IFE May Be Coming Soon To Widebodies

Wireless IFE May Be Coming Soon To Widebodies Embedded inflight entertainment (IFE) systems have become synonymous with long-haul air travel, providing a welcome distraction to passengers seated in tight quarters for many hours. But wireless IFE providers have been making inroads into the narrowbody market thanks to the proliferation of personal electronic devices, and they […]

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Will AT&T Competition Crush the Upstart?

Will AT&T Competition Crush the Upstart? On Monday, Gogo (NASDAQ: GOGO  ) will release its quarterly report and, until a few weeks ago, investors were unreservedly optimistic about the prospects for the provider of Wi-Fi service on aircraft. But now that AT&T (NYSE: T  ) is preparing to offer its own rival in-flight service, the question Gogo faces is whether its ability thus […]

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Balky Wi-Fi Above the Clouds

Balky Wi-Fi Above the Clouds ATLANTA — When he was involved in marketing, it never occurred to Jack Salerno to fire up his computer during a flight, link to the Internet and dig into work. “I liked the quiet time to think,” he said. A career switch to sales in health care heightened his appreciation […]

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Dr. Tom Enders, Airbus CEO was celebrated

Dr. Tom Enders, Airbus CEO was celebrated at the Atlantic Council Leadership Awards in DC last night. Panasonic salutes Tom and is honored to be part of the A350 family http://ow.ly/i/5qvWe http://ow.ly/wnKIZ

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