"The patented technology will enable Intheairnet to offer a variety of features and sources that are not available from other manufacturers who maintain a proprietary architecture." said Michael Rogerson
Irvine,CA (PRWEB) September 11, 2013
Intheairnet’s patent portfolio aims to enable passenger's personal entertainment devices to utilize all of the full rich content currently available and can support satellite connectivity from different providers. The hardware leverages technology from advanced computing and other devices which will offer unrivaled flexibility for certification and changes.
"The patented technology will enable Intheairnet to offer a variety of features and sources that are not available from other manufacturers who maintain a proprietary architecture. That means more choices and competition for the customers," said Michael Rogerson, chairman of Intheairnet.
Historically, Intheairnet has been a niche provider of airliner broadcast TV, passenger maps, and turnkey IFE systems for private jets. This patent portfolio expands its potential to include full airline systems with features such as wireless Internet, email, broadcast TV, movies, music, and on board power.
Intheairnet, one of the Rogerson companies, is an innovation leader in the development of aircraft avionics for the cockpit and the cabin. Doing business in 114 countries, all products are manufactured to the highest certification standards for the world's aircraft manufacturers and airlines.
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