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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)

PUBLISHED: 09 November 2017
PAGES: 439
PRODUCT CODE: AVI0045

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The merger of Kontron AG and S&T Group, has led Visiongain to publish this timey report. The $2.7bn connected aircraft market is expected to flourish in the next few years because of growing demand for air transport. Along with fleet renewal and expansion this is expected to feed through in the latter part of the decade driving growth to new heights. If you want to be part of this growing industry, then read on to discover how you can maximise your investment potential.

Report highlights

327 tables, charts, and graphs

536 connected aircraft contracts

15 leading connected aircraft company revenue, rank & market share analysis
• BAE Systems plc
• Cobham plc
• Eutelsat Communications SA
• Global Eagle Entertainment Inc
• Gogo Inc
• Honeywell International Inc
• Inmarsat plc
• Iridium Communications Inc
• Kontron AG
• Panasonic Corporation
• Rockwell Collins Inc
• SITA OnAir
• Thales SA
• ViaSat Inc
• Zodiac Aerospace SA

Top 15 Connected Aircraft Companies 2017

Key questions answered
• What are the market shares for each leading company in the connected aircraft market?
• Who are the leading players, where are they positioned in the market and what are their future prospects?
• How is the connected aircraft market evolving?
• What is driving and restraining connected aircraft market dynamics?
• Which individual technologies will prevail and how will these shifts be responded to?
• How will political and regulatory factors influence demand for aircraft connectivity?
• How will the leading companies adapt their strategies to accommodate changes in market conditions?

Target audience
• Leading aviation companies
• In-flight entertainment & connectivity (IFEC) specialists
• Aircraft manufacturers
• Aircraft component contractors,
• Commercial airlines
• Electronics suppliers
• Systems integrators
• Connectivity specialists
• Internet of things (IoT) companies
• Technologists
• R&D staff
• Consultants
• Analysts
• CEO’s
• CIO’s
• COO’s
• Business development managers
• Investors
• Banks
• Governments
• Agencies
• Industry organisations’

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