Honeywell will showcase how connectivity impacts the aerospace industry well beyond passengers and the cabin at this year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017 (AIX) in Hamburg, Germany.
The event, which takes place from April 4-6, brings together airlines and equipment suppliers to discuss technologies and trends for airline operations and passenger experience.
For Honeywell, the event presents a prime opportunity to showcase our Connected Aircraft technologies and services. At the booth (#2E78), Honeywell will display its market-leading JetWave Ka-Band satellite communications hardware, Aspire product family of cockpit and cabin communications systems, and router hardware options. Additionally, Honeywell be demonstrating its GoDirect suite of Aerospace Services.
From the cockpit to the cabin, Honeywell provides and is working on a unique suite of Connected Aircraft solutions for airlines, business jets, militaries, helicopters and enthusiast owners that spans satellite components and equipment to software and services. This broad product offering improves and, in some cases, redefines the flying experience.
The Connected Aircraft delivers safer, faster and more comfortable flights for passengers; reduces workload for pilots and maintainers; and reduces costs and increases ease of ownership for airlines.
“The aerospace industry is going through a monumental shift right now. Access to high-speed connectivity brought a revolution for passengers and their experience on a plane, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg,” said Kristin Slyker, vice president, Connected Aircraft, Honeywell Aerospace. “At Honeywell, we know the ultimate impact from connectivity will be felt beyond the cabin, unlocking critical data like weather information, engine usage, maintenance reporting and more that can be better shared and analyzed to help airlines improve efficiency and reduce costs.”
If you would like to learn more about Honeywell’s connected aerospace solutions at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017, Honeywell experts will be available at Booth #2E78 for further information.