InFlight 911 Service To Aid Airline Pilots In An Emergency

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    http://avstop.com/news_june_2011/inflight_911_service_to_aid_airline_pilots_in_an_emergency.htm

    InFlight Labs, LLC, developer of InFlightMessenger, the popular advanced air to ground communication service for passengers; has announced that they will deploy a powerful new Inflight Emergency-911 Service that will help airline pilots and staff to alert up to 100 government personnel simultaneously in the event of an inflight crisis.

    InFlight, will introduce a new proprietary product called “Inflight 911 Services” which is scheduled to be released later this year. Inflight 911 Services web interface leverages the aircrafts Wi-Fi Internet to establish a top priority secure and dedicated connection between aircraft personnel and an Inflight 911 Services administrative team.

    With one touch, an airline pilot or staff member can access a secure network which gives them immediate 2-way communication between the aircraft and the Inflight 911 Services administrative team.


    Inflight 911 Services communications are also simultaneously transmitted to the mobile and/or computer devices of 100 “+” government personnel, such as the FAA, Homeland Security, FEMA, FBI, CIA, 911 and related agencies. This patent pending service is not limited to the U.S. market and can benefit Wi-Fi-enabled commercial and business aircraft located anywhere in the world. This service operates on both the ground and while in-flight; by using the aircraft’s existing Wi-Fi Internet service, provided by GoGo Inflight, Row 44, OnAir, Panasonic Avionics and/or others.
     

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