Inmarsat is working with Teledyne Control In a new technology partnership, it hopes to bring greater efficiency to the airline’s digital operations. Inmarsat announced the partnership in September. 28. It integrates Inmarsat’s SB-S platform (powered by its Elera satellite network) with the GroundLink Comm+ communications system and third-party Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software supported by Teledyne’s Aircraft Interface Device (AID+) and is currently Installed on more than 14,000 aircraft by 200 airlines. The partnership aims to provide a comprehensive end-to-end solution to help provide real-time IP connectivity to aircraft throughout Europe.
Additionally, Inmarsat and Teledyne will integrate and test with commercial off-the-shelf EFB applications from various third-party partners. Collaborative demonstration applications, such as real-time multi-source weather, system-wide information management (SWIM), flight profile optimization and crew electronic document management, will further validate the commercial benefits of connected aircraft for airlines.
“Through this collaboration, leveraging Inmarsat’s Elera network and SB-S platform, we are able to further expand our capabilities and the innovation they bring to our customers. Our combined technologies will advance aviation by optimizing real-time data from the cockpit and on the ground. Sustainability of the company. Now more than ever, we want airlines to get a return on their technology investment and we are delighted to be partnering with Inmarsat to offer this service to our customers,” Teledyne Business Development and Strategy Vice President Jim Jackson Control said.