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Havelsan and Turkish Technic partnership wins IFE tender bid

Posted 1 April 2016 · Add Comment

A wireless inflight entertainment system, Skyfe, developed jointly by Havelsan and Turkish Technic will be operated on 44 Turkish airplanes

Skyfe was developed as part of a strategic partnership agreement between Turkish Technic and Havelsan.
The Turkish Airlines tender, where Turkish Technic and Havelsan participated jointly, was won with two important IFE products: Wireless Inflight Entertainment System and Tablet Based Inflight Entertainment System. According to the results of the tender, Turkish Technic and Havelsan partnership crossed the finish line ahead of seven other firms.

The tender was won with the participation of two family products, the Wireless Inflight Entertainment System known as Skyfe ‐W and the Tablet Based Inflight Entertainment System known Skyfe ‐T.
Aiming to be a strong brand name among wireless IFE systems W has been demonstrating a successful performance even during the certification process
completed in a short period.
Passengers are able to download applications from the platforms such as Google Play and Apple Store to their own personal electronic devices (tablets, laptops, smart mobile phones) during preflight and access wireless entertainment system which provides Audio and Video on Demand, Flight Map, Electronic Publications, Surveys and other services during the flight.
The Skyfe ‐T System, in particular on flights where and IFE System is not available, provides an entertainment service to Business Class passengers by providing high resolution tablets. With the preloaded tablets (films, music, magazines, documentary, surveys etc.), Business Class passengers will have a special entertainment opportunity with high video quality. The Skyfe ‐T System, when used on airplane with the Skyfe-W), will automatically connect to the existing server on the airplane and access a 1.8 T-byte media content while at the same time providing access to maps and flight information (height, speed exterior temperature etc.).

 

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