Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Day One of the 2012 Singapore Airshow was a day full of signing ceremonies, very important person (VIP) delegation visits and press interviews for staff at Rockwell Collins.
The exhibit floor didn't open until noon - but meetings and conversation at the our booth started several hours before. VIP delegations that visited the Rockwell Collins booth over the course of the day included representatives from the Korean Air Force, Korean Navy, Thai Navy, Brunei Ministry Defense and Bangladesh Ministry of Defense.
We hosted two signing ceremonies to commemorate important avionics agreements with ICBC Leasing based in China, and Singapore-based BOC Aviation. (photos below)
Journalists from United States and regional trade publications met with Rockwell Collins Vice President and Managing Director Asia Pacific TC Chan and Rockwell Collins Managing Director for China Ron Ho to understand more about the company's offerings and plans for growth in the Asia Pacific region.
|TC Chan, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific for Rockwell Collins and Tao Mei, executive vice president of ICBC Leasing sign agreement for Rockwell Collins avionics for up to 42 Airbus A320s at the 2012 Singapore Airshow. http://ow.ly/93P8n|
|TC Chan, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific for Rockwell Collins and Robert Martin, managing director and CEO for BOC Aviation sign agreement for Rockwell Collins avionics for up to 30 new Airbus A320s at the 2012 Singapore Airshow. http://ow.ly/93Pft|
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
We have two exciting signing ceremonies on the schedule for Tuesday at the Rockwell Collins Stand (Q79) at the Singapore Airshow!
ICBC Leasing: 2:00 PM local Singapore time
BOC Aviation: 3:00 PM local Singapore time
Monday, February 13, 2012
Setup is underway for the Singapore Airshow! Be sure to swing by our exhibit, Stand Q79 in the USA Pavilion.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Rockwell Collins will be among the leading aerospace and defense companies exhibiting at the Singapore Airshow 2012, Asia’s largest aerospace and defense event taking place February 14-19. Attendees are encouraged to visit the company exhibit (Stand Q79 in the USA Pavilion), to meet with Rockwell Collins experts demonstrating a broad range of next generation avionics and communications systems spanning military and commercial applications. These systems enhance pilot situational awareness, keep passengers connected, enable battlespace interoperability, and help train for mission success.
The Singapore Airshow will mark the first Asia Pacific exhibition of the company’s PAVES 3™ inflight entertainment system (IFE), the only single-aisle digital IFE system to offer customizable cabin configurations. Airlines can select from a variety of overhead and in-seat monitor combinations throughout the aircraft. The HD on-demand, in-seat solution maximizes passenger and operator satisfaction with a vast range of innovative features powered by a robust operating system.
The company’s Pro Line Fusion® integrated avionics system, which is installed on a commercial aircraft, as well being selected for Embraer’s new military KC-390 tanker, will also be on display. Set to debut this year, and already selected on more than ten new aircraft platforms ranging from light jets to regional airlines to military tankers, Pro Line Fusion will be bringing numerous firsts to the industry including synthetic vision on a head-up display, touch-control primary flight displays and autonomous backup modes. For business jet operators, Pro Line Fusion is fully synchronized with Rockwell Collins Ascend™ flight information solutions, which connects aircraft a global network that allows both individual owners and company flight departments to manage their aircraft operations more smoothly and effectively.
Other exhibit highlights include: