The Global Connected Aircraft Summit in two short years has become the key event to talk all things connected aircraft.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) June 30, 2015
Avionics and Via Satellite are pleased to announce that registration is open for the third annual Global Connected Aircraft Summit taking place June 6-8, 2016 at the Loews Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA.
Following highly successful events in its first two years, the Global Connected Aircraft Summit has nearly doubled in attendees and industry support by way of sponsors and partners in the aviation and satellite industries. The annual summit is recognized as a leader in terms of top executives and thought leaders concerned with growing connectivity in the aerospace industry and plans to grow that reputation further in 2016.
“The Global Connected Aircraft Summit in two short years has become the key event to talk all things connected aircraft. We had more airlines speak than ever before and terrific backing from almost 20 industry sponsors. The 2015 Edition was bigger and better than ever, with illuminating keynotes from the likes of Cisco, Nok Air and United Airlines. With more focus on operations, and areas like cyber-security, the content went deeper than ever before when looking at the issues facing airlines. Over the next 12 months, we will have a revamped Advisory Board helping us shape the content for the 2016 version of the event. Next year, we move back to the west coast to hold the event. We will once again be the event where major airlines come and speak, as well as network with solutions providers on how to implement their connected strategy. Our plans are already underway and we look forward to seeing you there,” says Mark Holmes, Editorial Director of Avionics and Via Satellite and the Conference Chair for the Global Connected Aircraft Summit.
Across three days, attendees will hear panel discussions, debates, industry and airline case studies, and keynote presentations addressing key areas of importance in the connectivity space to include:
- Cyber security
- Satellite bandwidth
- Operations in the cockpit
- The passenger experience
- The manufacturing perspective
- Future proofing
- Lessons learned from alternative industries
- Aircraft maintenance
- Technical challenges
Attendees will also have ample time to network and share ideas with more than 350 colleagues from all parts of the aerospace industry and beyond, from airlines, operators, integrators, technology vendors, engineering firms, manufacturers, government, and outside industries looking to discuss connectivity.
Airline and government employees receive a special discount, and the early bird expires at the end of 2015. To find out more about the Global Connected Aircraft Summit, visit http://www.gcasummit.com.
For sponsorship inquiries, please contact:
Tish Drake, Vice President, tdrake(at)accessintel(dot)com
Susan Joyce, National Sales Manager, sjoyce(at)accessintel(dot)com
Joe G. Milroy, Associate Publisher, jgmilroy(at)accessintel(dot)com
About Global Connected Aircraft Summit
The Global Connected Aircraft Summit provides airlines, operators, integrators, and technology vendors complete connected solutions – from ground to air and from nose to tail. The second annual event connects business, technology, and industry perspectives and goes beyond just in-flight entertainment, to include operations, communications and technologies that impacts the aircraft.
The annual Global Connected Aircraft Summit brings together an audience focused on the aircraft of the future across the satellite and aviation industries. This educational event starts where the others stop – delivering more than average solutions and providing real-world examples and results that will positively impact your bottom line. Discover how connectivity is expanding beyond providing passengers with state-of-the-art entertainment to increase efficiency and offer cutting edge services, while still keeping safety and security top of mind.