Breaking the Weight Barrier
Air passengers are demanding more and more from in-flight entertainment systems. Travelers expect video streaming, wireless access, on-demand TV, and operating multiple screens -- just like they do on the ground. Airlines have to deliver or lose market share. But rising fuel costs require lighter weight communication cable. A dual challenge.
|Name of Show||Location||Exhibits Dates||Show Website|
|CTIA Wireless||Las Vegas, NV||9/7 - 9/9/2017||www.ctiawireless.com|
|EDI Con||Boston, MA||9/11 - 9/13/17||www.ediconusa.com|
|DSEI Defense Show||London, England||9/12 - 9/15/2017||www.dsei.co.uk|
|NBAA National Business Aviation Show||Las Vegas, NV||10/10 - 10/12/2017||www.nbaa.org|
|European Microwave Show||Nuremburg, Germany||10/10 - 10/12/2017||www.eumweek.com|
|Milcom||Baltimore, MD||10/23 - 10/25/2017||www.milcom.org|
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