Airplane cabin simulator tests new connectivity projects
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Boeing’s Commercial Airplanes’ Product Development team is examining ways to take the connectivity of today’s daily life into the skies. Ideas are tested in the vCabin, a mock-up of a networked airplane interior. Recent smart cabin tests include using tablets, smartphones and smartwatches to order food and drinks, check bathroom availability and manage lighting options. Passenger devices link up with the airplane cabin system via secure chips located near each feature. The chip system doesn’t require wifi and isn’t connected to the electronics used for flight - it’s a completely separate system. Ideally, the chips would automatically inform on-the-ground service…
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