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The use of internet protocol (IP)-based connectivity on, off and around airplanes, is one of the biggest technological trends evolving everyday across all segments of aviation. In recent years, operators, OEMs, airplane internet service providers and technology suppliers have established a new connected aircraft ecosystem. On the Connected Aircraft podcast, listeners will hear from industry influencers throughout all different segments of this new ecosystem.

Topics covered on the podcast will include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Commercial airline connected aircraft investment trends
  • Cabin in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) technology
  • Commercial airline passenger experience
  • Cybersecurity
  • Flight operations use of connectivity
  • Predictive maintenance
  • Data analytics
  • Electronic flight bags
  • Internet of Things (IOT)
  • Connected airports
  • Satellite and air-to-ground networks

The editorial team behind the world’s leading connected aircraft event, the Global Connected Aircraft Summit, are the hosts the Connected Aircraft Podcast. Have a topic or guest you’d like to see covered? Send us an email or reach out to us on Twitter.

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At the 2018 NBAA conference and exhibition in Orlando, we caught up with Mark Rasmussen, VP and general manager of mobility for Intelsat, to discuss the company's new FlexExec in-flight connectivity service for business jets. SPONSORED BY:   ...
Ruben Santamarta, a cybersecurity researcher with IOACTIVE used a "back-door" vulnerability to demonstrate his ability to hack into an in-flight commercial airplane's satellite internet modem. We discuss the demonstration with Ruben and his IOACTIVE colleague Josep Pi Rodriguez. The cyber experts ...
This is the second part of our interview with Alaska Airlines Director of Information Security Architecture we discuss the aftermath of the hacking incident and her involvement with the Aviation Information Sharing & Analysis Center (Aviation ISAC) to prevent similar incidents from occurring ...
The first half of our two-part interview with Alaska Airlines Director of Information Security Architecture Jessica Ferguson discusses the cyber attack the airline experienced in 2017. In this episode, we discuss how the attack happened and what Alaska did to resolve it. Look out for part two of ...
At the 2018 International Aviation Forecast Summit (IAFS), our host Woodrow Bellamy III caught up with Denver International Airport (DIA) CEO Kim Day to learn why the fifth busiest airport in the United States is undergoing a $1.8 billion terminal modernization office. The project will implement ...
The Silicon Valley-based private jet charter company XOJET operates a fleet of 43 Textron Citation Xs and Bombardier Challenger 300s. Their entire fleet is equipped with in-flight connectivity and they also have a 24/7 systems operational control center in Sacramento, California. XOJET is reporting ...