In a rare look inside the aviation industry, this session will look at how the dramatic rise in popularity of smart phones and tablets, coupled with passengers' desire to always be connected, has challenged traditional inflight entertainment systems.
Jonathan will talk about:
- Trends seen in US passenger device usage on airplanes, including second screens
- Passenger personas and their activities
- How media and Wi-Fi is provided over land and sea
- The impact passenger's devices are having on fuel weight and subsequently, on ticket costs
- Content management: The challenge of providing one movie in 30 different versions
Jonathan Norris was recently appointed as Vice President of Sales for Lumexis Corporation, based in Irvine, California, a manufacturer and marketer of fiber optic and wireless inflight entertainment and communication systems.
For the last two years Jonathan was Executive Director of Trade Media and Events at Ink with responsibility for the Airline Passenger Experience and Airline Retail News magazines and a portfolio of international aviation industry conferences and exhibitions.
Prior to joining Ink Jonathan was Vice President Cabin Design Office at Airbus where he led the development of world‐class cabin interiors and cabin systems for all Airbus aircraft programs. Other positions held include: A350 XWB Cabin & Cargo Program Manager with Airbus, Chief Design Engineer on the 728JET with Fairchild Dornier and Chief of Repair Engineering with BAE SYSTEMS Regional Aircraft.
Jonathan is a Chartered Engineer with the UK Royal Aeronautical Society, is a member of the APEX Technology and Education Committee leadership teams and is a regular speaker at industry conferences/forums on a wide range of cabin, passenger and crew issues.
||Light Refreshments & Networking
||Presentation and Q & A
11 W19th St (btw 5th & 6th Ave), 3rd floor
New York, NY 10011
$10 for members, $5 for students, $20 for non-members
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