Internet of things is more and more present in the aircraft industry, could your report tell me more about it?


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This report published by Visiongain in June 2015, is a comprehensive analysis on the Internet of Things within the aircraft market.  It is estimated that the market was worth $1.8 billion in 2015.  This report provides vital information for anyone who needs to stay updated on the connected aircraft market.

With massive growth in the ownership of WI-FI enabled personal electronic devices, consumers have begun to expect to be connected to the internet at all times, including during flights.  In-flight connectivity has existed since the early 2000s, however, the increase in data usage of most consumers has presented a challenge to airlines.  They are now trying to provide high speed internet connection and larger data capacities during flights to rival the user experience outside of planes.

The report looks at current opportunities as well as forecasting the period of 2015-2025.  It includes three key submarkets, Ku-band connectivity, Ka-band connectivity and air-to-ground connectivity.  The forecasts are provided from 2015-2025 in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa as well as Latin America.    It also looks at the key opportunities for aerospace OEMs, in-flight entertainment systems alongside content providers, airlines and aircraft operators.  

The report shows the connected aircraft market opportunities with 135 tables, charts and graphs, to help you form your strategy.  It also features expert interviews to reveal the factors of market evolution, including which technologies will affect it.  

The connected aircraft market is affected by research and development strategy, technological issues and constraints, supply and demand dynamics, competition from new product types, increasing specialization by leading market players, increasing industry consolidation, advances in product quality and barriers to entry.

The companies profiled in the study include AeroMobile Communications LTD., Global Eagle Entertainment Inc., Gogo Inc., Inmarsat PLC, Kontron AG, Panasonic Avionics Corporation, Rockwell Collins Inc., SITA OnAir, Thales SA and ViaSat Inc..

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