The area of an aircraft where passengers sit is called the cabin. The majority of modern commercial aircraft are pressurised because cruising altitudes are so high that the air outside is too thin for the crew and passengers to breathe.
The CIDS is the main digital information system that the cabin crew uses to control every aspect of the cabin. It is crucial for ensuring that passengers are informed and helps to ensure their general comfort and safety.
The passenger service system includes passenger lit signs, reading lights, passenger calls, automatic announcements, boarding music, and the passenger entertainment system.
The CIDS also controls the service interphone, EVAC signals, and cabin illumination. Through a single interface, the flight crew can keep an eye on every cabin system.
The Global aircraft cabin networking market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Airborne Control Processor Unit (ACPU), a component of Gogo’s in-cabin network, is the onboard server that provides the dependable connection and entertainment your airline needs.
The next-generation server provides even more experience aboard with more processing power than the present onboard server and the flexibility to give connectivity from gate-to-gate. Over 600 commercial aircraft, including those with Gogo’s 2Ku system, have the ACPU-2 installed by Gogo.
Customers can enjoy the most dependable, effective, and secure passenger experience with the help of ECA Group’s AWAP / Wireless Access Point and AWAP-MS Wireless Access Point with Media Server for Aerospace.
Utilising the most recent Wi-Fi standard, it uses a WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) to offer Wi-Fi coverage for the aeroplane cabin.
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