Posted on: 25 March 2015 by Ross McSweeny
PAVE offers 160GB of digital audio and video storage on its High Definition Media Server (HDMS) as well as music, pre-recorded announcements and the embedded Airshow Moving Map.
Airshow utilises NASA’s Blue Marble map data, which is based on actual satellite imagery and delivers enhanced 3D graphical realism, giving passengers modernised real-time flight information.
PAVE also gives airlines the option to handle content updates through the Rockwell Collins Content Services Group, allowing access to time-sensitive updates instantly and anywhere in the world.
“We’re honoured by Xiamen’s PAVES IFE selection, which will deliver high levels of reliability for passengers and intuitive functionality for flight attendants,” said Jim Walker, vice president and general manager, International and Service Solutions, Asia Pacific for Rockwell Collins.
Xiamen Airlines' aircraft are scheduled for delivery from early 2016.