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Certified HD Video upgrade to the Bombardier Challenger 300

Posted 16 November 2015 · Add Comment

Lufthansa Technik has announced a High Definition (HD) video system upgrade for the Challenger 300 aircraft.

The update is designed specifically to integrate with the current nice system and existing Ethernet backbone. The HD upgrade requires limited wiring and hardware changes and provides support of the latest consumer

interfaces and HD digital video streaming on the nice network. 

The enhanced HD package will increase the current video source selection from one standard definition DVD to three High Definition sources (Blu-ray, USB, and HDMI) with an Audio and Video on Demand (AVoD) fourth source coming free-of-charge in Q1 2016 (field loadable software will enable the AVoD function). 

The upgrade is certified by a Bombardier Business Aircraft ServiceBulletin and can be installed at any one of Bombardier's wholly owned seven Service Centre facilities: Singapore, Amsterdam, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Tucson and Wichita. To have the upgradeinstalled at one of Bombardier's diamond-award winning facilities,contact a Bombardier Regional Manager from the Customer Service Centre network.

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