Global coverage is one of the key requirements from ship operators and airlines in order implement applications such as onboard connectivity, in-flight connectivity (IFC) and in-flight entertainment (IFE) for passengers and crew. Aside from providing the option for entertainment, it will assist crew with predictive maintenance and fleet management as well as healthcare and emergency services onboard a vessel or aircraft.
Currently, connectivity comes at a high price. While there is no guaranteed global coverage and as terminals and connectivity subscriptions remain expensive, the aforementioned applications will be hard to achieve. As more LEO constellations become operational and the market is maturing, how can they transform the aviation and maritime industries? And what role will future terminals play?
This webinar brings together key players who will share their expertise on how onboard connectivity is moving forward and what the key next steps would be for implementation for maritime/aviation end-users, satellite operators and service / technology providers alike.
· The price of connectivity - and why this is a challenge for end-users
· Technological improvements that will help bring down the cost of connectivity
· What role will LEO and hybrid networks play for future airlines and vessel operators?
· Lukas Bucher - Head of Product Connectivity, Lufthansa Technik
· Martin Mürk - Chief Information Officer, Tallink Group
· Satcoms Innovations Group
· International Ship Engineering Service (ISES) Association
· Newsfront / Naftiliaki
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