50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

2nd Connected Aircraft China Congress 2020 was successfully held

Download: Printable PDF Date: 17 Aug 2020 05:04 category:
Publisher:
2nd Connected Aircraft China Congress 2020 was successfully held - Events / Festivals publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

2nd Connected Aircraft China Congress 2020 attracted nearly 200 delegates from governments, organizations, institutes, universities, industrial enterprises and media. And, the Congress 2020 hosted 19 domestic and foreign speakers who delivered keynote speeches. 

The congress was successfully held in Shanghai from Aug. 13th to 14th, 2020. This forum was hosted by Shanghai Society of Aeronautics, Civil Aircraft Operation Support Technology Sub-committee of CSAA; Supported by Chinese Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China Eastern Airlines Co., Ltd, Shanghai Airport (Group) Company, Ltd, Shanghai Hongqiao Central Business District, Shanghai Hongqiao Linkong Economic Demonstration Zone, COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Design And Research Institute; Organized by COMAC Shanghai Aircraft Customer Service Co., Ltd., Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd.

For airborne equipment manufacturers, the future development trend is intelligentization. The first step is to achieve air-to-ground interconnection. For airlines, the main purpose of air-to-ground interconnection is to improve passenger satisfaction and increase auxiliary revenue. 

Grace JIANG, Director of Aviation & Digital Business Development AVIAGE SYSTEMS gave a detailed introduction and Shared the solution of AVIAGE SYSTEMS airborne interconnection. She said that currently, there are only a few localized products for airborne Internet, while foreign products account for a large proportion. Based on the domestic market, AVIAGE SYSTEMS provides a series of services, such as system definition, system integration, modification service and technical support, to the local aviation department to provide more convenient air Internet services.

The healthy development of the onboard Internet industry cannot be separated from the joint efforts of all colleagues in the upstream and downstream of the industrial chain and the close cooperation of relevant enterprises. Sun Lu, Head of Airbus China Innovation Center and Thorsten ROBRECHT, SkyFive’s CEO, signed the cooperation agreement to jointly explore and develop 5G ground-to-ground interconnection solutions to meet the needs of the Chinese market at the congress. 

In addition, Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services also made preliminary contact with Shanghai Hongqiao Linkong Economic Demonstration Zone at the forum, meaning to settle the maintenance base in the zone.

More than 90 leading industrial companies from airlines, OEMs, system integrators, satellite communications, network security and avionics systems were invited to attend the 2nd Connected Aircraft China Congress 2020. In-depth discussions will be held on hot topics such as aviation Internet development opportunities in the post-epidemic era, improving flight experience and operating earnings, 5G enabling smart aviation, ATG connectivity and aviation digitization. It aims to build a platform for all parties to communicate, cooperate and jointly solve problems in a fair way, strengthen the digital development path of aviation enterprises, and make joint plans and innovations to make due efforts and contributions to the development of China's aviation manufacturing industry and aviation industry.

 

Related event:
13
August
2020
China, Shanghai, 上海星河湾 闵行区都会路3799号No.3799 Duhui Road, Minhang District 上海 Shanghai, 中国.


Archived
3 months ago



Loading comments for 2nd Connected Aircraft China Congress 2020 was successfully held...


Recommended

CAE to acquire TRU Simulation + Training Canada Inc

CAE concluded a conditional agreement with Textron to acquire TRU Simulation + Training Canada Inc. for a cash consideration of approximately US$40 million, excluding post-closing adjus...

New virtual format - EUROPEAN ROTORS Digital Series

EUROPEAN ROTORS launches the EUROPEAN ROTORS Digital Series with an industry panel involving executives from Airbus, Bell, Leonardo, Safran, EASA and European Helicopter Association. While p...

LMS-901 Baikal - an aircraft meant to replace An-2

The promising light multipurpose aircraft LMS-901 "Baikal", created to replace the Soviet aircraft An-2, was "blown" in the wind tunnel of the TsAGI im. Zhukovsky. The re...

New customer service centre - Rolls-Royce strenghthens Gulfstream on-site support

The latest Rolls-Royce customer support facility in Savannah is officially opened! The new 62,000 sqft (5,800 m²) Savannah Customer Service Centre is adjacent to the new Gulfs...