Rising demand for data management systems among the commercial airliners and ground base stations is influencing the demand for connected aircraft in the current scenario. In addition, the increasing the demand for in-flight connectivity is paving the path for satellite connectivity, which is catalyzing the growth for connected aircraft market. Moreover, the technological advancements in the field of SATCOM, on-board and on-ground software for real time communication and aircraft data gathering is also bolstering the market for connected aircraft.
However, these technologies are highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks, which is a major factor limiting the commercial airlines to adopt this technology, thereby inhibiting the market growth. Nonetheless, the aircraft manufacturers as well as the connectivity providers are continuously emphasizing on delivering robust technologies to deter cyber threats and promoting innovative business models, which are expected to drive the market for connected aircraft in the coming years.
The Connected Aircraft Congress China (CAC) will take place in the city of Shanghai, from April 17th - 18thin 2019. The two days event will feature keynote speakers from world-renowned brands and numerous speakers from the world’s top airlines. The CAC is a powerful relationship-building and marketing opportunity–giving you access to executives representing some of the world’s largest airlines, fast-paced companies, and dynamic organizations in the aerospace and avionics industries, and a chance to truly understand the concept of global connectivity beyond the passenger experience in order to increase efficiency and offer cutting-edge services. This unique event is the only industry event dedicated to complete connected solutions, with a protected networking environment for attendees and sponsors to help you have the one-on-one, personal conversations that will you’re your business forward.
1. Latest Policy Release
-Radio Administration Bureau, MIIT
-Flight Standard Department, CAAC
-Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
2. Airlines Operation Service & Fleet Management
-China Eastern Airlines
-Air China Wi-Fi Alliance
-China Transport Telecommunications & Information Center
3. Airborne System & Equipment Integration
-COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute
4. Customer Support & MRO
-Airbus Completion and Delivery Centre (Tianjin)
-COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Customer Service Co., Ltd.
5. Cyber Security
-The Boeing Company
6. Cabin Informatization Service
-Tencent Aviation Security Lad
7. Panel Discussion
China Aviation Supplies Imp. & Eexp. Group Corp.
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
According to the development forecast, by 2035, China annual passenger number will reach 1.4 billion, and civil aviation itself has become a massive data carrier that brings together people, logistics...