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Rockwell Collins Introduces HD Upgrades for Outdated Gulfstream Cabins

  • Aircraft owners can make their cabin systems digital and set the stage for the future without breaking their budget

Rockwell Collins today introduced a series of high-definition (HD) cabin management and entertainment system upgrades for Gulfstream aircraft originally delivered with ACMS and Micronet systems. These upgrade options, available through Gulfstream Service Centers or Rockwell Collins-authorized dealers, provide operators with a range of solutions for converting their cabins to HD to address obsolescence of the original equipment.

Depending on which system is upgraded, Rockwell Collins offers packages that range from a simple refresh of the base systems for cabin control to a more robust package that includes its industry-leading Venue™ HD system .

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Venue, which has been installed in more than 850 private and corporate aircraft cabins around the world, is custom built with the most advanced cabin technologies to emulate the latest in home entertainment and boardroom technology. Plus, Venue’s open-architecture design provides a path to easily implement future cabin technologies.

“The opportunity to upgrade cabins to match the home entertainment or office experience that Venue delivers is exciting for Gulfstream aircraft owners, but budgets can sometimes limit what they can do,” said Greg Irmen, vice president and general manager, Flight Controls and Information Systems for Rockwell Collins. “Now, with a range of upgrade options, even budget-conscious owners can modernize their cabins and set the stage for more upgrades in the future.”

Irmen added that major maintenance inspections provide the perfect opportunity to update cabins—saving time and money—and many Gulfstream aircraft with ACMS and Micronet are due for inspection in the next few years. He went on to emphasize that ACMS and Micronet systems will both be obsolete in the near future.

Source : Rockwell Collins - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: May 18, 2016

 

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