Inmarsat and Teledyne Controls Partner to Support Airline Digital Operations Across Europe

Cockpit of an Airbus A319
Photo Credit: Timo Breidenstein (GFDL 1.2 or GFDL 1.2), via Wikimedia Commons

LONDON – Inmarsat has announced a new technology partnership with Teledyne Controls, a leading manufacturer of aircraft data management solutions, to enhance and support airlines’ digital operations across Europe.  

The pairing forms part of the ground-breaking Iris air traffic modernisation programme. The partnership will see the integration of Inmarsat’s SB-S platform, powered by its global ELERA satellite network, with Teledyne’s Aircraft Interface Device (AID+)-enabled GroundLink Comm+ communication system.

Increased IP connectivity for aircraft across Europe

Combining both Inmarsat and Teledyne’s innovations into one comprehensive, end-to-end solution will help bring real-time IP connectivity to aircraft across Europe.

This partnership means more airlines can reap the benefits – from reduced delays and carbon emissions to fuel savings and better situational awareness for pilots – achieving greater return on investment (ROI).  

These end results are critical as the aviation industry looks to continue its recovery from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Inmarsat statement

Joel Klooster, Senior Vice President of Aircraft Operations and Safety at Inmarsat Aviation, said “Inmarsat is excited to partner with Teledyne to optimise our airline customers’ operations even further through next-level innovation.”

“For airlines, the combination of technologies across a wider choice of airframes through retrofit, will enable more accurate flight tracking and a reduced environmental impact, while passengers will benefit from fewer delays and shorter flight times.”

“All of this means Inmarsat’s customers can get a great return on investment on their technologies, bolstering their bottom line.”

Teledyne Controls’ technologies offer advanced capability in automatic data exchange, accelerating data transfers between airborne systems, ground-based equipment, and the cloud – as well as transferring critical data while in-flight.

This includes continuously sending avionics data to support flight data monitoring and aircraft tracking, offering operators consistent, near real-time updates on selected data.

In addition, Inmarsat and Teledyne will integrate and test with commercial ‘off-the-shelf’ EFB applications from a variety of third-party partners.

Demonstrating applications collaboratively, such as real-time multi-source meteorology, System Wide Information Management (SWIM), flight profile optimisation, and electronic document management for crew, will validate further the commercial advantage of connected aircraft to airlines.

Teledyne Controls statement

Jim Jackson, Vice President of Business Development and Strategy at Teledyne Controls, said “By leveraging Inmarsat’s ELERA network and SB-S platform through this partnership, we are able to extend our capabilities and the innovations they bring to customers even further.”

“Our combined technologies will promote sustainability for the airlines through optimisation with real-time data to the flight deck and the ground.”

“Now more than ever, we want airlines to be able to reap the rewards of their investment in technologies, and we are thrilled to be working with Inmarsat to deliver this for our customers.”

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