Solving the Mystery of Connectivity "Dead Zones" in the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
Wed. March 14| 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM | 202
So much emphasis in the satellite industry is placed on providing seamless coverage, especially for aviation as aircraft operators increasingly invest in new connectivity technologies. Aircraft flying at high latitudes can encounter low elevation and gaps in service. This can be caused by a number of factors including antenna configuration and airspace such as the North Atlantic Track System that feature key holes which can disrupt the aircraft's connection. This panel will discuss the industry's efforts to eliminate gaps in coverage.
Track: Mobile Connectivity Forum
International Airline B-787 Pilot, VP Air Transport Sales
Counsellor for ITU-R Study Group 4 (SGD/SG4)