Hamburg, June 6th, 2023: SkyFive, a provider of broadband services to the aviation industry based on Air-to-Ground (A2G) technology, is unveiling a number of innovations at Aircraft Interiors EXPO 2023:
World's smallest terminal for broadband inflight connectivity on display
SkyFive, in collaboration with Sequans, has developed a postage stamp-sized Air-to-Ground (A2G) module that can be easily integrated into airborne devices, representing a significant milestone in miniaturizing the technology and simplifying aircraft installation. The first device to utilize this new technology is Flightcell's DZMx. Both the new A2G module and DZMx can be viewed at the SkyFive booth.
Passenger Connectivity Factor determined on the spot
Within minutes, SkyFive can accurately simulate the flight paths of an entire airline schedule and calculate the Passenger Connectivity Factor (PCF). PCF is the equivalent of the Passenger Load Factor in the inflight connectivity realm and quantifies how many passengers can enjoy a real broadband experience during their flight, while the aircraft is connected to an A2G network.
Broadband Aviation 2023 is happening during AIX
For the third time, thought leaders in the aviation industry will share their views on broadband in the sky from various perspectives, including passenger experience, airline profitability, technology, and how connectivity can contribute to airlines' sustainability agendas. As airlines are starting to invest into eVTOL aircraft for bridging the gap between airports and city centers, the topic of Advanced Air Mobility will be discussed for the first time. For the full list of speakers, please refer to https://broadbandaviation.world. Shashank Nigam, #1 Amazon bestselling author of SOAR, will be available for a book signing session on Tuesday at 3pm, following his interview.
For further information, please visit the SkyFive booth 2C10, centrally located in hall B2, or contact us via email@example.com.
SkyFive provides Inflight Connectivity services based on its unique Air-to-Ground technology. The company’s mission is to deliver true broadband services to airline passengers, enable the real-time transfer of vast amounts of aircraft data, and support ultra-reliable low latency communications required for the mass proliferation of Advanced Air Mobility. SkyFive connects aircraft of any kind and size through giant cells in the sky, thereby leveraging the performance and cost benefits of the 4G and 5G mobile ecosystem. SkyFive was established as a spin-off from Nokia in 2019, is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and operates several sites for R&D and service delivery in major aviation markets.