ViatorAero debut sparks major Euro interest
Intelligent passenger seating secured interest from two major European airlines when it was launched at a global trade show.
FliteTrak’s ViatorAero – based on award-winning remote condition monitoring technology – was unveiled at the Hamburg Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Germany.
Using low power sensors, the cutting-edge system can monitor individual seats for temperature, movement and seatbelt closure as well as the cabin environment and such facilities as overhead lockers and mobile phone detection.
Following AIX, directors from FliteTrak are now involved in ‘productive discussions’ about the technology following the airline interest.
Trevor Lea, joint managing director of FliteTrak, said: “ViatorAero generated a considerable amount of attention at AIX.
“This included positive interest from two major European airlines, and productive discussions are now continuing."