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In tracking cabin electronics technology, we’re exposed to a fair amount of tech hyperbole, but the entire information industrial complex is seeing enormous genuine potential in artificial intelligence (AI), big data and machine learning. Last year, the focus was on the “internet of things” (IoT). Next year it’ll be something else. Artificial intelligence is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, ...
â€‹Action on the air-to-ground (ATG) connectivity front continues unabated. Charlotte, North Carolina-based ATG service provider SmartSky Networks, which had ambitiously planned to install more than 240 ground stations in the continental U.S. by the fall of 2017, has revised that date to mid-2018. Meanwhile, the company offered demonstration flights of its system at the NBAA’s recent convention in Las Vegas and earlier at Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, ...
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