Boeing Unveils ‘E-Enabled’ Aviation Strategy

By | June 17, 2003 | Uncategorized

Boeing [BA] unveiled key elements of an integrated, e-enabled aviation strategy at the Paris International Air Show this week.

Boeing featured its Boeing e-Enabled Advantage product that the company says will cut airline costs, improve dispatch reliability, reduce passenger-stranding delays and cancellations, improve passenger services, enhance aviation security and provide real-time situational awareness for both flight crews and airline operations centers, company officials said. The e-enabling architecture of the system has four underlying components: Connexion by Boeing broadband data and Internet services system; central onboard network integration cabinet being developed jointly by Boeing and Rockwell Collins [NYSE: ROC]; Jeppesen electronic flight bag pilot interface; and advanced ground-based software applications, company officials said.

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