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Research and Markets: Assessment of Technologies for Aircraft Communications Report - Advances in Aircraft Communication Systems Give Wings to the 'Enterprise-in-the-Sky' Concept

Dépèche transmise le 14 mai 2009 par Business Wire

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d95a87/assessment_of_tech) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Assessment of Technologies for Aircraft Communications" to their offering.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Assessment of Technologies for Aircraft Communications analyzes the factors accelerating adoption and slowing down adoption of communication technologies in the aerospace domain. It offers an in-depth insight into the different technologies that are suited to various applications, with a focus on traditional applications in the light of recent technological developments. Additionally, a multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) tool, the analytical hierarchy process (AHP), is used to prioritize and analyze the preference values between two key competitors in the in-flight broadband and communications systems. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: in-flight broadband, air-traffic control (ATC) and management systems, in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems, cockpit data link systems, automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS-B) technology, and cabin wireless local area network (LAN).

Technology Overview

Advances in Aircraft Communication Systems Give Wings to the 'Enterprise-in-the-Sky' Concept

The aviation industry, in its constant pursuit of greater passenger convenience and comfort, is working on facilitating business operations from air carriers. It has been installing advanced in-flight communication amenities in commercial airlines to provide optimum on-board features, equivalent to the capabilities experienced in homes and offices. The rapid uptake of on-board communication systems is pointing toward the realization of the 'Enterprise in the Sky' concept. "The ability of the cabin management systems to serve as a centralized console for a multitude of in-flight operations provides an apt framework for enhancing the in-flight user experience," say the analysts of this research. "Moreover, the ability of the cabin environment systems to integrate supplementary capabilities such as waste and water management as well as other maintenance operations further establishes their significance in commercial aviation."

Technologies

The following technologies are covered in this research:

  • Cockpit data link systems
  • Automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS- B) technology
  • In-flight satellite radio
  • Air-to-ground traffic control systems
  • Cabin wireless LAN

Key Topics Covered:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF THE INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT

STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT OF PUSH AND PULL FORCES

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW AND GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS IN AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATIONS

PATENTS; CONTACTS; GLOSSARY; AND APPENDIX

DECISION SUPPORT DATABASES

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