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Connected Aircraft Conference to take place in March in Dubai

Posted 12 December 2016 · Add Comment

The Connected Aircraft Conference will take place from 7-8 March 2017 in Dubai, UAE.

Airlines, OEMs, and solution providers will discuss the latest advancements in satellite connectivity to improve passenger experience and aircraft operations.

Highlights from the event will include: 

John Synnott, Manager, Flight Operations Information Technology from IATA, will provide an update on the development of standards for the compliance, ownership and governance of big data for improved data analysis.   

Christopher Bigwood, Manager Innovation Programs, Design Engineering and Innovation from Etihad, will discuss how to use predictive analytics for streamlined operations. 

Dr. Jassim Haji, CIO from Gulf Air, will address the security risks and associated controls for connected aircrafts.   

Serdar Gürbüz, Digital Innovation Manager from Turkish Airlines, will discuss how Turkish Airlines are using IoT technologies to improve passenger experience, decrease operational costs and generate new revenue streams.

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