Thompson Aerospace at Avionics for NextGen Conference, September 28-29, 2016 | Washington D.C.
Thompson Aerospace attended the Aviation for NextGen conference held at Washington D.C., Sep 28-29, 2016. Thompson presented its SATM solution that is reliant on Iridium satellites and uses a cell phone-like device via a satellite radio to comply with Global Aeronautical Distress Safety System (GADSS).
Thompson Aerospace at NBAA - Business Convention & Exhibition, November 17-19, 2015 | Las Vegas, NV
Thompson Aerospace attended the NBAA's Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, a memorable event that showcased the industry's vitality and relevance.
At the convention, Thompson displayed its new product., Secure Aircraft Tracking Module (SATM), a simple unit which is fully compliant with the latest International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations for tracking in normal, abnormal and distress modes. SATM also has ARINC 717 Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and built-in mini Quick Access Recorder (QAR) capability, as well as an Iridium S8M transceiver with 10-hour internal standby.
Thompson Aerospace at Aircraft Interiors EXPO, April 14-16, 2015 | Hamburg, Germany
At the Aircraft Interiors EXPO, Thompson Aerospace with a joint development with Imagik, unveiled the new Allure In-Seat line as well as a USB charging system. The Allure features a 10.1 inch HD touch screen, row centric architecture, together with the lightest weight and lowest cost for a full complex in-flight entertainment.
Thompson Aerospace showcased its new CSU v2 server, the core of the 1NET v2 Airborne Local Area Network focussing on security, data management and connectivity. The “Always Connected” secure data solution is an ecosystem for managing all aircraft data including position tracking, performance, ACMS, FOQA and other required data while simultaneously maintaining the capacity for streaming passenger content.
Thompson Aerospace at APEX EXPO, September 15-18, 2014 | Anaheim, CA
Thompson Aerospace participated at the APEX Expo, September 15-18, 2014 held at Anaheim, CA
At the show, Thompson Aerospace presented its application based content for passengers to download to their personal devices. Airline is connected through the entire travel experience. Passengers can have access to the interactive 3D map, their destination information, coupons, discounts, airline alerts even after disembarking.
Thompson Aerospace at Aircraft Interiors EXPO, April 8-10, 2014 | Hamburg, Germany
Thompson Aerospace attended the Aircraft Interiors Expo, the world's largest exhibition exclusively concerned with airline interior design and airline cabin systems engineering. Every conceivable product type for interiors is displayed from seating and fabrics through to in-flight entertainment and communication technologies.
Thompson Aerospace at International Airline Symposium, October 16-19, 2013 | Honolulu, HI
Thompson Aerospace attended the 19th Annual International Symposium, in October held at Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, HI. The symposium focussed on how the world's airlines can finally overcome its historical struggles to attain fully sustainable profit margins through innovative philosophies that draw from other industries and latest information technologies.
Thompson Aerospace at Apex Expo 2013 | Anaheim CA, USA
Thompson Aerospace made a splash at the 2013 APEX show in September, with a joint development with 3Form Media Inc., in bringing the latest local news, weather and sports along with original programming to travelers around the globe.
Airborne Local Area Network enables passengers to access their destinations local news, reviews, sports, weather, and original programming directly from the server while in-flight on their mobile device. They are then able to continue the experience using the service via the cloud after leaving the aircraft. The 1NetTM system, a customizable, interactive content delivery platform, has extended the passenger experience to include both in-flight and on-ground activities.
At the show, Thompson Aerospace came up with an interesting contest for attendees to create their own advertising banner on the spot using the tools provided for 1NetTM system, and offered an android based tablet to the banner that got the most hits at the show on the 1NetTM system. The winner of the contest, Patricia Wiseman of IFExpress, was awarded the android tablet.
Thompson Aerospace at Apex Expo 2012, September 17-20 | Long beach, CA
Thompson Aerospace attended APEX 2012 EXPO Long Beach, CA in September with their new lightweight, seat-centric In Flight Entertainment (IFE) system, 1NetTM. The Thompson Aerospace IFE system was installed in Pitch Aircraft Seatings new ultra light Pitch seats.
Aircraft Interiors Expo 2011
Thompson Aerospace made a splash at the 2011 Aircraft Interiors Expo in April with their new lightweight, seat-centric In Flight Entertainment (IFE) system, 1NetTM. The 1NetTM system is a fully redesigned aircraft network allowing for a variety of information and entertainment options to be added to an aircraft at will.
A system based on Power over Ethernet (POE), 1NetTM combines both data and power in a single cable, cutting the number of cables for an aircraft in half. Next 1NetTM uses state of the art electronics to reduce the size, weight and power consumption of each component allowing for a simple network of Ethernet Switch Power Units (ESPUs) installed behind the wall to support an entire aircraft of in-seat displays.
Once the 1NetTM network is in place, the fun begins. A variety of current and future modular clients will be plugged into the network allowing for airlines to customize their fleet. The most of notable of these modular clients is passenger portal. The passenger portal delivers information and entertainment to passengers ranging from information about their destination to in-flight movies and music to the ability to make purchases for both on aircraft and off aircraft delivery. In conjunction with the passenger portal is the cabin attendant portal, designed to both allow cabin crew members to control the 1NetTM system and perform their regular functions with reduced workload.