20 JUNE 2011

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Article from BTNews 20 JUNE 2011

Airbus goes to Greenwich

Greenwich-London, home of the meridian line, and the British Royal Observatory, was chosen by Airbus for a fascinating pre-Paris Air Show presentation on the aircraft interior of 2050.  The amazing presentation is available for all to see at Le Bourget this week.

This latest instalment of The Future by Airbus follows last year’s unveiling of the revolutionary Airbus Concept Plane, packed with technologies to reduce fuel burn, emissions, waste and noise.  The Airbus Concept Cabin now gives further insight into some of the innovations and technologies that will shape future passenger experiences on board.

Personalised zones replace traditional cabin classes to offer tailored levels of experience.  While taking a hop between destinations, according to Airbus, passengers in 2050 could join an interactive conference; enjoy a game of virtual golf; read the kids back home a bedtime story; and recharge in a ‘vitalising seat’ whilst watching the planet spread out beneath their feet.

The Concept Cabin has an integrated ‘neural network’ creating an intelligent interface between passenger and plane.  It can identify and respond to passenger needs and enables bespoke features such as morphing seats which change to your body shape. www.airbus.com/innovation/future-by-airbus

 

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