P3 aero systems GmbH
The newest P3 startup focuses on the challenges facing future in flight entertainment and connectivity solutions (IFEC).
State-of-the-art connectivity in the airplane
Passengers expect to have access to functioning communication systems in the cabin. Frequently, the expectations of telephone line and internet availability in commercial air travel exceed the capabilities of installed systems and services offered like Wifi, Bluetooth, and LTE. Demands will continue to grow significantly due to the increasing number of passenger devices. To stay ahead of the competition, airlines, operators, and lessors need to ensure the functionality of their communication systems – a challenge in view of the rapid developments in the wireless sector, which contrast with long development cycles in aircraft manufacturing. Companies must plan for the mobile infrastructure in the passenger cabin years before commissioning the airplane itself.
This is why P3 aero systems has developed a unique system that, for the first time, facilitates comprehensive analysis, measurement, evaluation, and simulation of wireless networks in commercial airplane cabins even during the early planning phase. The geometry and equipment of the passenger cabin and the design of the wireless infrastructure can be optimized around future requirements. P3 experts combine their global, industry-leading expertise testing wireless networks with over 20 years of consulting experience with major aircraft and system manufacturers.
We offer comprehensive development and consulting services for the aerospace industry, primarily to device / system suppliers and operators
- External communication to airplanes / helicopters SatCom and / or terrestrial systems air-to-ground (ATG)
- Primary flight systems and avionics
- Commercial aircraft systems such as – but not restricted to – in-flight entertainment and connectivity systems (IFEC)
- Airline-specific applications and systems
- We supplement this expertise with innovations and R&D, and participate in relevant committees such as SAE / AEEC (previously ARINC).