Connected Aircraft Market Valued At $2.7 Bn In 2017

07 August 2017
Aviation

Visiongain’ has launched a new aviation technology report Top 15 Connected Aircraft Companies 2017: Contracts, Revenues & Market Share Analysis Of Leaders Of In Flight Entertainment & Connectivity (IFEC) Technologies & The Internet of Things (IoT)

With ownership of Wi-Fi enabled personal electronic devices continuing to rise, there has been increasing consumer demand to remain connected to high speed with a reliable Internet connection, even in an aircraft cabin environment. Once the exclusive luxury of business travellers, more passengers than ever before want to be able to access their e-mail and social media accounts, send text messages or even make phone calls, and stream video content from the confines of an aircraft cabin. Furthermore, airlines and other aircraft operators have recognised the potential that connectivity services have for their respective operations; enhanced comfort and luxury, source of revenue and a differentiator from competitors. The scheduled launch of next generation satellites is also anticipated to bring further opportunities through greater bandwidth capacity and increased global coverage.

The visiongain report analyst commented ““With the continued improvement of in-aircraft connectivity, demand within the connected aircraft market is expected to grow. Given the broad benefits connectivity brings to passengers, offering these connectivity services is a strong way to attract customers. In addition, these connectivity services are also a new way in which to generate additional revenue streams by charging for a new service.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are developing providing solutions to airlines includes SITA OnAir, Thales SA, Cobham plc, Global Eagle Entertainment Inc, Inmarsat plc, Gogo Inc, Kontron AG, Rockwell Collins, Zodiac Aerospace, BAE Systems plc, ViaSat Inc, Eutelsat Communications SA, Iridium Communications Inc.

Notes for Editors
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