Mon, Nov 26, 2012
I've heard it said that the concept of a true evolution starts, first, with a number of smaller 'revolutions' -- and once you reach critical mass, true change is possible. If that's the case, then it appears that the BizAv community is one step closer to the Transformational change that most agree is needed for it to survive.
The latest revolution in BizAv comes courtesy of TrueNorth Avionics, which announced at NBAA2012 that its TrueNorth Stylus Handset is now shipping, and ready for purchase and immediate delivery. This occurred barely a year after its initial market announcement. Among its features include its being the first handset with a menu-driven graphical interface, to let you call, text, fax and more with one touch of a button. It is also the first multilingual handset operating in virtually any world language, from Chinese to Spanish, French, German, Russian, Arabic, Hindu and, of course, English. It is the first handset to incorporate HD Quality voice technology, delivering superior broadcast-quality audio to your conversations. and it is the first custom-built handset that lets you personalize colors, finishes, logo inlays, splash screens and ringtones to reflect your tastes.
Peterborough, Canada-based Flying Colours Corp. is the first of the company’s partners to install the new Stylus handset on a range of Asian- and North American-based aircraft.
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