Delta Airlines explores the challenges of transient software


How can advancements in IFE and wi-fi connectivity be integrated better without being so time-consuming? Are there systems in place already that can ensure protection from malware? If you are interested in these issues, Loren Bolstridge, Delta Airlines’ manager of cabin avionics engineering, explores them in depth and explains the necessity of industry standards such as ARINC in an interview. You can read the interview HERE.

Bolstridge will host, together with his colleague, Selçuk Yiğit, Delta’s senior cabin avionics engineer, a workshop on ‘Managing transient software’ at the 3rd International Conference IFE & Connectivity, taking place on 24-26 March 2015 in Hamburg, Germany.

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