Jon Beatty began his tenure as the Flight Safety Foundation’s new CEO last month, replacing Kevin Hiatt, who has joined the International Air Transportation Association. Aircraft go-arounds remain one of the top concerns for the FSF and its new leader.
Operators immobilized by an AOG can now tap into experts anywhere in the world with the Onsight system by Librestream. The Canadian company’s specialized mobile video device communicates on a standard PC, and iPhone and iPad connections are in the works.
Passengers on business jets equipped by Lufthansa Technik (Booth No. 2341) will soon be flying “fully networked,” thanks to an agreement signed here yesterday by the Hamburg, Germany-based company with Cisco Systems.
A new fourth model in EMS Satcom’s eNfusion CNX line of mobile cabin gateways is making its debut here at EBACE’07 (Booth No. 1030). The new CNX-400 adds a private branch exchange (PBX) function to the existing CNX-200 network accelerator unit and comes with additional hardware to support multiple extensions.
EMS Satcom last month unveiled the CNX-300 mobile access router as the newest member of its family of CNX airborne networking devices. Designed specifically to address the needs of military and government customers, the router combines Ethernet, Wi-Fi, network hub and terminal adapter with the Cisco 3200 Series router.
Engineers from Lufthansa Technik and Thrane & Thrane have jointly developed a new mobile access router as a key component of Lufthansa Technik’s networked integrated cabin equipment, nicknamed Nice. The router will be the main interface to all devices on the Nice network, providing wireless laptop connectivity and other data access through Inmarsat’s Swift64 service and Gatelink (802.11b and -g).