ViaSat White Paper - AID (Aircraft Interface Device)

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Murat Sumer, ViaSat

Murat is an aircraft software and system aficionado. An avid avgeek, Murat's love of airplanes began when flying on transatlantic flights at an early age. Those were the days when a ten-year-old with a keen interest of flying could spend fifteen minutes with the flight crew in the cockpit of a Boeing 747 at 36,000ft. Murat's career has centred around software and system engineering in the aerospace industry. He’s worked closely with industry leaders, contributed to working groups, and pioneered cutting edge solutions with companies behind everything relating to aviation data and software flying on aircraft around the world. Murat is also on his way to earning his wings as he works on attaining his Canadian Private Pilot’s License.

Murat Sumer is a Programme Manager at ViaSat, using world class system engineering and emerging technology to meet the needs of the aviation industry.

Bridging the Gap between Aircraft Interface Devices and Aircraft Data

Download our white paper on the AID and how important it is to the future of connected aircraft

This free White Paper by Murat Sumer, ViaSat Programme Manager, explains the growing importance of Aircraft Interface Devices in accessing, understanding and using the data that's generated by the aircraft.

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ViaSat airline software is in use by some of the world's leading airlines, including Aer Lingus, Qatar Airways, Ryanair and Cathay Pacific.