TT Electronics launches its Digital Cabin experience at the Aircraft Interiors Expo slated for 14-16 September 2021, showcasing excellence in next generation aircraft interiors at the virtual event.
Hosted by ADS, the premier trade organisation for companies in the UK aerospace, defence, security, and space sectors, the Digital Cabin uses 3D Web-GL technology to deliver a virtual aircraft cabin space where aircraft interiors companies can showcase their products and services to a global audience. OEMs and airline buyers can engage with the products in a new and immersive way. TT has worked with ADS to build a virtual space within the Business Class Cabin, showcasing its design-led human machine interface (HMI) solutions including passenger control units, mood lighting, and illuminated signage.
The Digital Cabin is accessed via a standard web page; its computer graphics enable users to visualise a realistic cabin, viewable online via computer, tablet, or mobile device. By navigating around the page using clickable hot spots, users can browse the different products such as seats, galleys, and lighting. Products are also indexed and text-searchable.
Terry Moss, Sales Director at TT Electronics commented: “The cancellation of trade shows and ongoing travel restrictions during the COVID pandemic has meant that the traditional routes to market have been disrupted. Yet our HMI technologies are visual by nature – the ability to touch and interact with our solutions is important. The Digital Cabin enables customers to immerse themselves in the virtual aircraft cabin where our products are brought to life in a smart, 3D interactive medium.”
The ADS Digital Cabin will be launched at Aircraft Interiors Expo. To take a virtual tour of the Digital Cabin visit digitalcabin.aero/
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