Products from Montreal-based cabin and cockpit solutions developer Ingenio Aerospace have been selected by Dassault Falcon Jet for use on in-service Falcon 2000, Falcon 900 and Falcon 7X aircraft.
Ingenio 'plug & play' cabin products integrate with in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems to provide users with USB-driven solutions for personal electronic devices (PEDs). A line of cabin receptacles has been developed to accommodate Ingenio products in all Falcon cabin interiors, allowing clients to deploy products such as cabin tablet arms. Together, receptacles and arms offer passengers convenient, comfortable and stylish access to PEDs, and significant enhancements to existing IFE systems.
Dassault and Ingenio have developed cabin receptacles and tablet arms that update in-service cabins to interoperate with the latest consumer technologies. These solutions have been developed jointly to cost effectively modernise Falcon interiors.
Additionally, the Falcon cockpit tablet electronic flight bag (EFB) by Ingenio has been approved for in-service Falcon 2000 EASy and Falcon 900 EASy aircraft. It is a versatile and easy-to-use tablet mount engineered to meet the latest certification standards, including flammability.
“We are pleased to be working with the Ingenio team,” says Dassault Falcon Jet director of aftermarket programmes and business development Olivier Langeard. “These innovative products increase the ease of use of handheld devices, making the cabin more comfortable for passengers and the cockpit more efficient for pilots.”
Ingenio president and CEO James Bell adds: “We are dedicated to innovation, design excellence and enriching the in-flight experience. Our products make the cabin more comfortable and the cockpit more efficient. We invite owners and operators to contact their authorised Falcon dealer or service centre to see how Ingenio can help improve their journey.”