Rosen Aviation has launched a 130in composite digital skylight, on display at NBAA-BACE 2023. The application features a lightweight composite display chassis and curved OLED panels.
The 130″ Digital Skylight mounts on the cabin ceiling and features curved 42-77 inch OLED panels.
The Skylight’s composite chassis can hold displays ranging from 42 to 77 inches
Following on the back of the 48” and 55”, new 42”, 65” and 77” OLED additions announced earlier in 2022, Rosen now offers a complete OLED lineup for all business, VIP and even commercial aviation aircraft starting at 22” through to the new 97”.
Aviation display technology specialist Rosen Aviation is increasing its line of high-end OLED displays, and is set to introduce a 97-inch WOLED panel, the biggest ever display in an aircraft cabin.
This OLED is set to be the biggest integrated into an aircraft cabin according to Rosen. Despite its size, the product prioritizes low weight and sleek design.
This announcement will oversee the largest cabin display across the aviation sector featuring the 97in 4K OLED cabin display.
The STC, scheduled to conclude later this year for a VIP aircraft, includes the development of the display. It measures over 8ft in diagonal length.
IFE audio development is catching up with video, explains Lee Clark, Senior VP of Strategy Rosen Aviation
Rosen is the gold standard in inflight entertainment. That is our forte and has been for well over forty years now.
If airlines want to truly differentiate themselves from their competitors, any innovations or premium add-ons must be uniquely their own
Another networking technology gaining attention is Li-Fi. Why? Well, first, it is incredibly fast and can delivery multi-Gbps speeds at low latency.
Rosen Aviation aims to provide the most reliable IFE in aviation, both for commercial and business aviation, with best-in-class support, emphasizes Strategy VP Lee Clark
From curved OLED displays to Li-Fi and the latest connectivity
“The Maverick Project was developed by Rosen Aviation, KiPcreating and Sky-Style to envisage…
“The larger sizes really highlight the amazing benefits from OLED technology,” said Lee Clark, Rosen’s senior v-p of strategy. “A comparable sized 65-inch+ LED display could weigh nearly a hundred pounds.”
Rosen Aviation, cabin electronics experts headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, today announced new additions expanding their complete line of OLED displays with 65” and 77” units in development, with even more products and larger sizes to be announced soon. Both displays are part of ongoing STC projects and will be available mid-2023. Like all of Rosen’s
Air travel is on the cusp of paradigm-shifting changes that target the full array of human senses, but many factors need to be considered in the development process, says Rosen Aviation.
The winning entry represents the culmination of an ongoing collaboration between the three companies as they aim to significantly enhance the passenger experience and revolutionize luxury travel design
Following on the success and accolades earned by The Maverick Project, Rosen set out to create a next-level demonstration of their transcendent vision for luxury travel that blends cutting-edge technology with a bold, contemporary aesthetic.
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The IoT in the modern landscape truly encompasses all “things”, from phones and tablets…
Rosen Aviation aims to bring current technology to business and commercial jets for a seamless customer experience
The complete line of OLED displays from aircraft cabin electronics company, Rosen Aviation, is now available for pre-order.
Under its partnerships, Rosen can access OLED Basic Modules, enabling it to design aviation-grade products that are tailored specifically for business, VIP, and commercial aircraft cabins.
Looking out the cabin window and seeing cities and oceans from above is, for many of us, one of the joys of flying.
Devialet (headquartered in Paris, France), leader in ground-breaking audio solutions, and Rosen Aviation (headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A.), specialists in aviation cabin electronics, today announce an exclusive partnership to advance the inflight experience for end-to-end premium cabin design.
With only two categories in the prestigious 2021 awards, Rosen has entered their innovative Hologram Controller in the category “Clean & Safe Air Travel”, and the groundbreaking Maverick Project in the category “Judge’s Choice”
Audio solutions specialist Devialet and aviation cabin electronics expert Rosen Aviation have entered an exclusive partnership to advance the inflight experience for end-to-end premium cabin design.
Aerion continues to build out its supplier base, selecting Rosen Aviation to develop a new cabin management and technology system for the AS2 supersonic business jet.
Rosen’s Maverick Project has garnered significant attention as of late and has been nominated for a 2021 Yacht & Aviation Award. The Oregon-based outfit feels that the ever-changing technological landscape provides an opportunity for creativity.
The Eugene, Oregon based technology supplier will develop the CMTS system, software sophistication and cabin experience for the 8-10 passenger, private jet.
Rosen Aviation is to develop a new Cabin Management & Technology System (CMTS) for the world’s first supersonic business jet, the AS2, currently under development by Aerion.
Reno, NV / Eugene, OR: 2 February 2021 – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology, has selected Rosen Aviation to develop a new Cabin Management & Technology System (CMTS) for the world’s first supersonic business jet, the AS2.
Rosen Smart Switch concepts on display in Business Jet Interiors International Innovation Showcase.
Take a closer look at Rosen’s Maverick Project in January’s edition of Business Jet Interiors International
As part of Rosen’s industry-first complete range of OLED sizes, the 48, 55 and 65in displays will be the first production-ready products in their respective categories when they are available in 2021.
Rosen Aviation LLC (headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A.), specialists in aviation display technology, announced new large format OLEDs are coming in 2021.
Realizing the ever-changing technological landscape that represents both an opportunity and challenge for designers that desire sophisticated elegance, Rosen Aviation chose to leverage the latest in sensor and display technologies to create seamless control and unrivalled cabin experiences. Imagine a personalized environment that caters to users individually, hidden in plain sight until needed, with interfaces
Design et-al (Chester, United Kingdom), the publishing body that hosts the prestigious International Yacht & Aviation Design Awards each year, has selected Rosen Aviation LLC (Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A.), as a finalist in the “Cabin Design – Concept” category for the 2021 awards show for their work on The Maverick Project.
JOLED announced a partnership with Rosen Aviation, specialists in aviation display technology, to develop and integrate medium-sized OLED displays into aircraft interiors.
Rosen Aviation has partnered with JOLED to collaborate on the development and integration of medium-sized 4K OLED IFE displays, with functionality and styling optimized for the cabin environment
Needed for controlling cabin environmental functions such as seat and cabin lighting, temperature, window-shade operation, galley functionality, lavatory lighting and controlling aircraft exterior cameras, the cabin management system (CMS) is a standard feature in every new business aircraft delivered. But which are the best for retrofit? Not all systems are the same. The composition of
Rosen Aviation is the gold standard in cabin displays and owes it reputation for skill and proficiency to nearly 40 years of aviation industry experience, a team of dedicated employees and millions of miles of trouble-free air travel. Below is our recent interview with Lee Clark, Senior VP Strategy at Rosen Aviation: Q: Could you provide our
Both static and dynamic information can be displayed maximising passengers’ cabin experience.
Sized specifically to fit where space is a premium, Rosen Aviation’s panel displays can be located adjacent to entryways and galleys, where passengers can easily interact with targeted information.
Rosen Aviation has launched industry firsts with its 34” 21:9 and 32” 16:9 4K Branding-Panel displays for commercial and business aviation.
Two ‘Branding Panel’ 4K displays have been unveiled by Rosen Aviation, to provide static and dynamic information for passengers on commercial and business aircraft. The company is offering a 34in 21:9 display and a 32in 16:9 model.
Rosen Aviation launched industry firsts with its 34” 21:9 and 32” 16:9 4K Branding-Panel displays for commercial and business aviation.