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"Aircraft and Submarines" is a history of the development of these forms of transportation and their ultimate use in warfare. Also a brief history of submarine use in commercial applications. A thoroughly enjoyable piece for anyone interested in the detailed development of these modes of transportation. Summary by William Tomcho
 
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On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Elza Brunelle-Yeung, Bombardier's senior director of business development, joins to discuss the Canadian aircraft manufacturer's new legacy business jet upgrade program, SmartLink Plus. Smart Link Plus was first jointly launched by Bombardier and GE Aviation at the 2019 National Business Aviation A…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Sally Ng, associate professor for the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, joins to discuss the results of a study on in-flight cabin air quality recently published in the Journal of Indoor Air. Supported by Delta Air Lines, the research may be the…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Ken Munro, founder of U.K.-based ethical hacking consulting and security services firm Pen Test Partners joins to discuss some of the latest research he’s been doing around connected electronic flight bags (EFB) and aircraft systems. Munro is a well known public speaker who has performed live demon…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Cam Murphy, the managing director of FEAM, joins to discuss the airline maintenance and engineering services provider's experience expanding its U.S.-based operations throughout 2020 and into early 2021 under the many regulatory and operational challenges posed by the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Zoe Cameron, senior first officer for Virgin Atlantic, joins to discuss her experience flying with new avionics, iPad and connectivity technologies on the Airbus A350-1000, as well as her new children's book, Ada and Emily Take to the Skies! Zoe took her first flight lesson at 12 years old and was …
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Dustin Dryden, founder and chairman of Volare Aviation, joins to discuss the changes his company's private jet charter business experienced in 2020 under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Volare, based at London Oxford Airport, provides chartered flights, refurbishment, engineering, and manageme…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature a presentation given by Daniel Welch, senior consultant with Valour Consultancy, during our recent two-day Connected Aviation Intelligence live virtual event. Valour, who has been a guest on the podcast earlier this year, gives an updated outlook on trends to watch across the connected a…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature my question and answer session with Nick Van der Meer, Chief Operating Officer of VistaJet from the recent Connected Aviation Intelligence two-day live program that can be viewed on-demand here. Van der Meer discusses the deployment status and schedule for VistaJet's new in-flight connec…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature an airline cast study that was one of the sessions on our Connected Aviation Intelligence two-day live program this week. If you missed Connected Aviation Intelligence, register to watch it on demand for free here. Daniel Barcenas, vice president, safety, security, and quality assurance …
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Michel Bielecki, a doctor at the University of Zürich Centre for Travel Medicine, WHO Collaborating Centre for Travellers' Health, Epidemiology Biostatistics and Prevention Institute, and Patrica Schlagenhauf, also a professor at the University of Zurich discuss their recent narrative review of the…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, David Fox, vice president of in-flight and connectivity services for Deutsche Telekom joins to discuss how his company has been expanding its presence in supporting cabin Internet and mobile network access in-flight across Europe and other regions of the global commercial airline market. With David…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Jack Mandala, CEO of Seamless Air Alliance, joins to discuss the organization’s latest in-flight connectivity standard, “OpenIFC” Release 2. Seamless Air Alliance was established in 2018 by Airbus, Airtel, Delta, Sprint and OneWeb as a coalition with the goal of driving down the price and increasin…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, James Pavur, an Oxford University cybersecurity researcher and PhD student provides insights into his experience performing "satellite eavesdropping" on aircraft in-flight Internet data. Pavur was part of a team of European experts that used home television equipment and specialized software to ena…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Brad Grady, principal analyst for Northern Sky Research (NSR), gives some updates and insight on how COVID-19 is continuing to impact in-flight connectivity, antenna technology, the concept of free in-flight Internet and more. Grady has given presentations at the Global Connected Aircraft Summit in…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Peter Skaves, chief scientist and technical advisor for advanced avionics for the Federal Aviation Administration gives some of the agency's latest guidance on how commercial airlines can protect connected systems onboard. The episode features the presentation Skaves gave during the recent Global C…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Bethany Davis, director of flight innovation and advanced flight deck for Gulfstream Aerospace discusses some of the new technologies featured on their newest G700 long-range business jet, in-flight connectivity and future avionics technologies among other topics. Gulfstream first unveiled the G700…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature an interactive roundtable session from the second installment of the Global Connected Aircraft Summit's 2020 "Cabin Chats" series that occurred Sept. 22-24. Daniel Iriarte, a member of the Onboard Product-WiFi/IFE team at Aeromexico, joined a panel discussion moderated by Mark Holmes, ed…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Daniel Welch, a senior consultant with Valour Consultancy, discusses all of latest updates around in-flight connectivity equipage updates, aircraft groundings and future prospects for commercial airlines around the world. Valour Consultancy recently published an update to its connectivity tracker f…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we learn how airlines and aerospace manufacturers are adopting the use of data science workstations to develop task-specific machine learning models with Geoffrey Levene, Director, Global Business Development for Data Science and Space at NVIDIA. In a May 7 blog, NVIDIA, one of the world’s largest …
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we discuss a recent study on the risks of in-flight COVID-19 transmissions with Arnold Barnett, a professor of management science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Barnett recently published a study using recent flight, COVID-19 positive cases and other data and research results t…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature a presentation given by Tomal Sohorab, Manager of Cargo solutions, Air Canada Cargo during the first installment of the Global Connected Aircraft Cabin Chats web series that occurred in June. Sohorab provides some perspective on how the airline has used bluetooth technology, connectivity…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, we feature the public debut of a pre-recorded presentation on aircraft network security and predictive maintenance at Las Vegas-based low cost airline Allegiant. The presentation was given by their managing director of engineering, Ankit Nanda during the first installment of the Global Connected Ai…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Bryan Del Monte, founder of the Aviation Agency, joins the podcast to provide some perspective on the outlook for the US airline industry as operators continue to navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Del Monte, a former Pentagon official and economist, analyzes how US airlines have used th…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Nate Klenke of Duncan Aviation joins the podcast to discuss their recent free in-flight entertainment and connectivity trial initiative for business jet operators. Klenke also provides some perspective on what it’s like to install and modify business jets during a global pandemic, and gives an insi…
 
On this episode of the Connected Aircraft Podcast, Richard Koe, managing director, WINGX Advance GmbH provides insights into what the up and down global flight activity in July across business and commercial aviation means for the industry’s COVID-19 recovery. According to WINGX`s weekly global market tracker, global business aviation traffic saw a…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Tyler Stubblefield, vice president of flight operations for XOJET. Stubblefield provides some perspective on how business aviation operators such as XOJET have seen new interest in private air travel amid the drastic changes to the way commercial airlines operate due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. XOJET has also a…
 
On this episode, we're joined by Daniel Baker, CEO of FlightAware. FlightAware operates the world's largest flight tracking and data platform. Baker provides insights on how air traffic is slowly starting to go back up since the lowest levels that occurred in April and May due to COVID-19 pandemic related air travel restrictions. Baker also explain…
 
Jet It is a business aviation operator launched in 2018 that operates a fleet of HondaJet Elite aircraft and has introduced a unique business model to the private travel market. The company uses days rather than hours to sell shares of aircraft to customers, and this allows owners to only pay for the direct operating costs of the aircraft. That equ…
 
During the 2020 Global Connected Aircraft Cabin Chats series, Azman Ahmad, GM Product Management, Saudia Airlines, joined program chair Mark Holmes for a discussion on how he sees the airline passenger experience changing amid the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Saudia’s in-flight entertainment offerings include more than 4,000 hours o…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Thomas Rehrberg, head of airports and airlines business for Nokia Enterprise. Rehrberg provides an overview of how 5G works and what its enabling elements across various segments of the aviation industry. The airports division of Nokia Enterprise has already deployed a 5G private wireless network at Brussels Airport…
 
On this episode of the Global Connected Aircraft Podcast, we caught up with Jean-François Parent, head of engineering and chief engineer for the Airbus Canada Limited Partnership’s A220 program. The chief engineer explains how the A220 and all Airbus airliners are designed to prevent air contamination under normal operating conditions. When at crui…
 
On this episode of the Global Connected Aircraft Podcast, we caught up with Scott Borton, director of national air logistics for Quest Diagnostics, one of the leading medical lab services companies in the United States. In addition to the medical labs and patient locations managed by the company, Quest Diagnostics also operates a fleet of 25 total …
 
On this episode, we caught up with Max Conrady, Senior Vice President Cargo, Fraport AG to discuss what it’s like to manage air cargo operations at one of Europe’s busiest airports during a global pandemic. While the travel restrictions from the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus have caused a dramatic reduction in the number of passenger flights…
 
On this episode, we caught up with Luuk van Dijk, co-founder of Zürich, Switzerland-based startup and provider of autonomous flight control technology, Daedalean. On April 1, 2020, Daedalean and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) jointly published a report entitled, “Concepts of Design Assurance for Neural Networks.” The report is the resul…
 
On this bonus episode, we feature some of the unreleased interviews from our recent coverage of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic's impact on various segments of the aviation industry. Guests and speakers on this episode include the following: Ed Bastian, chief executive, Delta Air Lines Paul Jacobson, chief financial officer, Delta Air Lines Richa…
 
On the fourth and final episode of this new four-part podcast series, we feature discussions with connectivity professionals on various aspects of how the COVID-19 coronavirus global pandemic is impacting aviation. Guests on this episode include the following: Tom Schmutz, CEO, Flyht Aerospace Solutions Ltd. Mike Pigott, Senior Vice President Conne…
 
On the third of this new four-part podcast series, we discuss some solutions that can help operators work through the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus global pandemic. Guests on this episode include the following: Nicole Noack, head of the Independent Aircraft Modifier Alliance (IAMA) Val Miftakhov, founder and CEO, ZeroAvia Harvey Meharry, Chi…
 
On the second of this new four-part podcast series, we discuss the operational impact of the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus global pandemic on business aviation. Guests on this episode include: Ian Moore, Chief Commercial Officer, VistaJet Per Marthinsson, Founder and EVP, Avinode Group Peter Antonenko, COO, Jetcraft Have suggestions or topic…
 
On the first of this new four-part podcast series, we discuss the economic and operational impact of the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus on the commercial airline industry. Guests on this episode include: Brian Pearce, chief economist, International Air Transport Association (IATA) Mike Blades, Vice President of Aerospace, Defense, and Securit…
 
On this episode of the Global Connected Aircraft podcast, we spoke with Peter Lemme, an aviation industry consultant, blogger and former Boeing engineer who wears many hats, including supporting the research and development of standards by the Seamless Air Alliance. Lemme provides a connected aircraft “Cybersecurity 101” style overview of what type…
 
Woodrow is joined by Mark Cheyney, Virgin Atlantic’s head of in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) development for a look at how the airline’s use of connectivity continues to evolve. Cheyney explained Virgin’s perspective on business models for passenger access, how and why the airline uses multiple IFEC service providers, and how many i…
 
The U.K.-based Valour Consultancy tracks in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) equipage trends worldwide, offering the industry data on what airlines are investing in, for what purposes, in different regions. We circled the globe with Daniel Welch, a senior consultant and co-founder of Valour, discussing equipage trends and future predict…
 
On this episode, we discuss the benefits of IATA’s Turbulence Aware platform for airlines with Katya Vashchankova, head of IATA’s meteorology program and Brent King, head of flight operations for IATA. IATA first started working on the system three years ago, and it has been operational throughout 2019 with 31 participating airlines — ten of which …
 
Orbis International operates the world’s only Flying Eye Hospital, an MD-10 converted into an ophthalmic hospital and teaching facility that flies to developing nations around the world to bring training local doctors and nurses. On this episode, we speak with Bruce Johnson, director of aircraft operations for Orbis International, about the connect…
 
On this episode, we interview Marcus Di Laurenzio on how Swiss Airlines is using Aviatar, a platform developed by Lufthansa Technik, to digitally monitor the health of its aircraft and manage maintenance operations. Di Laurenzio, project manager for Aviatar at the airline, explains how the open platform takes in aircraft data, places it in a centra…
 
This episode draws from one of the most insightful presentations from GCAS 2019. Chris Baugh and Brad Grady, respectively president and principal analyst at Northern Sky Research — one of the most recognizable global satellite and space market research and consulting firms — provide a demystifying look at satellite-based in-flight connectivity. Bau…
 
On this episode, I spoke with VistaJet COO Nick van der Meer. VistaJet will be launching a brand new customized in-flight connectivity service across its fleet of 116 aircraft (combined with XOJet’s fleet after their acquisition) in the near future. Luxstream is powered by the SES Ku-band satellite network, distributed by Collins Aerospace’s ARINCD…
 
California-based JSX, formerly JetSuiteX, is the launch customer for SmartSky’s upcoming air to ground in-flight connectivity network. The public charter provider operates more than 330 flights out of seven airports, with a fleet of Embraer 135s and 145s. JSX is a subsidiary of private charter JetSuite, and focuses on providing short haul flights a…
 
More than 20 companies are members of the Seamless Air Alliance, working together to establish open architecture standards for in-flight connectivity, including the likes of Airbus, Sprint, Delta Air Lines and Etihad Airways. A research study released by SAA at this year’s World Mobile Congress in Barcelona concluded technology standardization woul…
 
Woodrow speaks with Air Canada's Shaul Shalev and Sisense CEO Amir Orad about how airlines need to use data and analytics not only to improve flight patterns and address mechanical issues, but also to go a step further and use predictive analytics and layered data to deliver critical safety-related information and identify patterns. Have suggestion…
 
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