US in-flight connectivity equipment and services firm Aircell (NASDAQ: GOGO) said it has launched an on-demand in-flight entertainment and information service for the business aviation market called Gogo Vision.
According to the firm, Gogo Vision offers an always-rotating library of movies and TV episodes along with news, flight progress information and destination weather.
Rather than being a “bring your own” approach, Gogo Vision content is stored in an on-board server and streamed directly to personal electronic devices such as tablets and laptops. The library of content aboard the aircraft can be refreshed as often as the aircraft owner chooses.
Aircell has distribution and licensing agreements directly with global entertainment firms including NBC Universal, Warner Brothers, Twentieth Century Fox and Magnolia Pictures.
Available at select Signature Flight Support locations, Gogo Cloud uses Wi-Fi technology to automatically load a 30-minute TV episode in approximately 60 seconds or a feature-length movie in about three minutes when the aircraft arrives.
Aircell, a Gogo company, is a provider of in-flight connectivity and entertainment to the business aviation market.
Find out more at www.aircell.com.