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Ingenio wins third Red Dot design award
Ingenio submitted its Cockpit Tablet Electronic Flight Bag, tailor-made for the Falcon 2000-series aircraft. Engineered from aviation-grade aluminium, it includes USB type-C charging connectivity.
Ingenio’s cockpit tablet EFB in the cockpit of a Dassault Falcon 2000-series aircraft.

Ingenio Aerospace has been awarded a Red Dot Product Design Award.

Winners of this international design competition are chosen by an impartial jury of industry experts who award companies that exhibit excellence in innovation and design. This year's winners also include Apple, Ferrari, Volvo, Sony, Philips and Honda.

Ingenio previously won two Red Dot Awards in 2021.

Ingenio submitted its Cockpit Tablet Electronic Flight Bag (EFB), tailor-made for the Dassault Falcon 2000-series of business aircraft. Part of Ingenio's 'C-Suite' product line, the Cockpit Tablet EFB merges sophisticated design, robust construction and user-focused functionality. Meticulously engineered from aviation-grade aluminium, it evokes strength, finesse and style. Powerful features, including USB type-C charging connectivity, offer convenience and enhance flight crew efficiency.

"We are honoured to have been recognised by Red Dot again this year," says James Bell, president and CEO. "Red Dot highlights the best designs based on innovation, aesthetics and utility - values that align perfectly with our vision. It also places us among an elite group of aircraft manufacturers including Dassault, Airbus and Bombardier. Winning the Red Dot Award is validation of our commitment to designing solutions that elevate the cabin and flight deck experience. It is a much-appreciated recognition of the entire team's dedication and hard work."

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