VIDEO: Inflight Canada amazes (Part 1)

Inflight Canada is best known for its innovative iCACHE underfloor IFE installation system, which makes everything nice and neat and less complicated, and which has attracted customers like Air Canada and Virgin America.

But Inflight Canada is not a ’one trick pony’ by any stretch. Indeed, the company showcased two rather amazing products at this week’s World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) conference and exhibition.

The first, captured on video below, is a system that allows you to bring in-seat power to aircraft in an overnight install without re-certifying the seat!

Like iCACHE, the in-seat power installation is nice, neat and less complicated (and much less costly than ripping the plane apart).

To all you carriers bringing in-flight connectivity to passengers – but don’t have in-seat power installed on your aircraft - here’s your answer.

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2 Responses to VIDEO: Inflight Canada amazes (Part 1)

  1. Mushroom October 12, 2009 at 9:55 am #

    Thats a good idea if it’s as easy as the guy says it is.

    Maybe that mountain of free 24hr Wifi coupons will get used after all!

    fnar fnar!!

  2. Dave October 12, 2009 at 2:21 pm #

    An interesting idea… with all the extra computer activity, how much of an airliners spare electrical power is that going to suck up? Hope those are not the seats that will be used operationally, they look tiny… more so than the ones installed now.

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