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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, including the Black Box – the need for International Standards in the Age of Cloud Computing and Big Data”

Panasonic Avionics has been invited to present Flightlink, a fully integrated aircraft communication, tracking and weather information solution. Flightlink provides Iridium Communications for cockpit voice, text and operational data as well as real-time fleet monitoring and simultaneously tracks all Panasonic equipped aircraft – 24/7/365 around the globe.

Panasonic Weather Solutions delivers real-time weather and fleet monitoring by communicating data from TAMDAR weather sensors installed on over 300 aircraft.  With the only global satellite network dedicated to aeronautical connectivity, Panasonic enables passengers, crew and aircrafts to stay in touch with the ground throughout their flights.

Other event invitees include: representatives from ICT solution providers, airlines, International organizations, satellite and avionics companies, terrestrial solution providers and governments.

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