12 December 2018
Visiongain has launched a new aviation report Top 100 Connected Aircraft Companies: Ones to Watch in 2019: Analysis of Leading Companies For In-Flight Entertainment & Connectivity (IFEC) Technologies, Infotainment Systems, Wi-Fi The Internet of Things (IoT), e-Aircraft, In-Cabin Network Hardware, Air-To-Ground & Satellite Communications (SATCOM), Crew Management & Navigation Systems.
The Connected Aircraft market is projected to grow substantially during the next decade owing to the increasing number of air passengers and an increasing demand and expectation for in-flight high-speed Internet connectivity by the passengers. Connected aircraft systems provide in-flight entertainment to passengers with the provision of high-quality audio, video, games, flight details, music, movies, radio, and news. They also assist in providing flight safety instructions in regional languages. Passengers can directly get connected to broadcast satellite and have access to international news and GPS maps; On-board infotainment services and live telecast of news and sports events for entertainment purposes are projected to be high. This is expected to drive the global connected aircraft market.
To capture real-time information, data-centric architectures are integrated into modern aircraft. Aircraft operates as a node to capture gigabytes of data from take-off to landing, which assists in improving the safety and efficiency of the flight, thus augmenting the connected aircraft market demand. Data sharing with other aircraft and ground-based operational teams can aid in the transmission of critical data and boost the safety in times of crises.
The Visiongain report analyst commented "Technological innovations in satellite communications has created new avenues for the connected aircraft market. For instance, the increase in bandwidth has led to a surge in internet connectivity speed. Connected aircraft systems enable the transmission of real-time data from ground-based operating systems, which assist in providing critical information regarding the display and management of multiple systems operating in the avionics systems of the aircraft in case of an emergency. The shift from seat-centric entertainment systems to portable entertainment devices, which are lightweight and are technologically-friendly acts as a major opportunity for the connected aircraft market."
Leading companies featured in the report who are developing connected aircraft market include Honeywell International, Inc., Panasonic Corporation, SITA OnAir, Thales SA, Kontron AG, Inmarsat plc, Gogo, Inc., Global Eagle Entertainment, Inc., Cobham plc, IBM, Google, Spafax, Apple, and Microsoft and many others.
This 285 page report offers insights into the competitive landscape of the connected aircraft market. By ordering a Visiongain report, you can inform your approach to the market.
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