Exploring Multi-Orbit Connectivity with Ben Griffin of Eutelsat OneWeb: An IFC Podcast
Lucas Hunsicker, Podcast Host
Airlines are competing to offer seamless and effective IFC services to satisfy passengers’ desire to stay connected in flight and throughout their travels. In this exclusive Inflight Connectivity podcast, host Lucas Hunsicker sat down with Ben Griffin, vice president of mobility services for Eutelsat OneWeb, who sheds light on how low-Earth orbit satellites as part of a multi-orbit network are transforming IFC offerings.
Griffin spoke on the technical challenges and innovations that make multi-orbit IFC a reality. We’ll also explore the impact of multi-orbit IFC on the aviation industry and its benefits for travelers. Discover how airlines are seizing the opportunity to differentiate themselves by offering superior inflight connectivity, opening doors to new revenue streams, and enhancing the passenger experience.
As the demand for seamless internet access soars among airline passengers, the race is on to deliver fast, reliable, and global connectivity at 35,000 feet.
“The IFC evolution over the rest of this decade and probably beyond is more an evolution of Leo-Geo. It’s harnessing all the available technology and consolidating it into a service. Because after all, airlines and customers aren’t buying a Leo or Geo service, they’re buying a connectivity service.”
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