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Mr. Yukio Sugimoto

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Aircraft Cabin Systems LLC
18080 NE 68Th Street Bldg. B
Redmond , Washington 98052
United States

Company Description: Mr. Yukio Sugimoto, President and CEO of Aircraft Cabin Systems founded the company in October of 1999. At that time, his goal was to develop video displays for the...   more

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Our next call went to Yukio ..., 23 May 2012 [cached]
Our next call went to Yukio Sugimoto, President of Aircraft Cabin Systems, knowing that the Redmond, WA company continually designs and builds the biggest (and according to Richie Sugimoto | CFO, "…the best!") LCD Displays for biz jets. We initially learned of the giant 65 LCD unit at the ACS offices, and ultimately discovered they are also the thinnest displays available. "So far we have one customer who selected the 65" for a B777 private jet and we have a couple of customers planning to purchase it for B747-8 and B777," noted Mr. Sugimoto. "I have included our specification for your readers. Further, I believe this is the first 65 monitor and, as far as I know, no one else has installed one of this size. Intrigued, we asked Yukio if it was available for installation on commercial aircraft? "We are certainly happy to supply this product to the commercial aircraft marketplace. It may not fit in a normal passenger compartment; however, it may be a good fit in the lounge of large airplane like the A380! We want one!
For more information about the above products contact Nick Gray at Flight Display Systems - or Yukio Sugimoto at ACS -
Now for the Hot Topic: Never satisfied with the status quo of inflight LCD displays, Yukio Sugimoto founder of Aircraft Cabin Systems (ACS) recently rolled out the biggest cabin display yet.
Goodrich (TEAC) showed a preproduction video player at the last WAEA Conference, it looks like Yukio Sugimoto's ACS has the biggest, certified, video display available - 52 inches.
About ACS - LCD monitor experts, 16 Nov 2012 [cached]
The ACS beginning in 1999 was chronicled at the end of a brilliant career at Matsushita Electric Industries (Panasonic) by Mr. Yukio Sugimoto, its current CEO and President. Determining that retirement was not for him, Mr. Sugimoto saw a coming need for larger in-flight video displays, however, he also saw that the existing consumer devices did not meet the demanding needs dictated by an airborne environment. Everything from electronic noise, to vibration, to head-strike stood in the way. He saw a business aviation future that demanded larger displays and realized that competing technologies like cathode ray tubes (CRT) and LCD projectors were only an interim solution. After analyzing the problem, he set about to establish a value-added organization that developed custom designs around existing displays.
"We certainly were in the right place at the right time and Yukio saw the growth of this market correctly; we made some good decisions along the way too.
"Our challenge," said Mr. Sugimoto, "is to manage our growth while keeping our existing customers happy; after all, we did not get this far with unhappy ones."
Coax Corporation adds Yukio Sugimoto to Advisory Board, 12 Dec 2000 [cached]
Coax Corporation adds Yukio Sugimoto to Advisory Board
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COAX Corporation adds former Matsushita Executive to its Advisory Board
December 12, 2000 - (Yorba Linda, CA), COAX Corporation (COAX), a developer of highly integrated digital broadband products, recently added a former Matsushita President, Yukio Sugimoto, to its Advisory Board.
Mr. Sugimoto has over 41 years of experience working for Matsushita Electric Company, and was president of its Avionics Development Corporation, Avionics Systems Company, and Avionics Corporation from 1990 to 1999.Mr. Sugimoto founded Aircraft Cabin Systems in 1999 and presently serves as its President and CEO.
"I have worked with Winston Hodge on many highly technical projects as President of Matsushita Avionics," states Mr. Sugimoto.Mr. Sugimoto added, "it will be very exciting to see how COAX will revolutionize broadband communications in the US and Worldwide.
Jeffrey Fry, a COAX co-founder and its Chief Business Officer adds, "Yukio Sugimoto was a pioneer in developing video in-flight entertainment and gaming for the airline industry worldwide."
Coax's Outside Board of Advisors, 29 Jan 2001 [cached]
Yuko Sugimoto is a former division executive of the Matsushita Electric Industrial Company (MEI).Mr. Sugimoto worked at this industrial giant for 41 years, (also known by its brand names Panasonic, National, Quasar and Technics) in increasing roles of responsibility, including being President of many of its divisions.
Mr. Sugimoto started at Matsushita in the Radio Division as a radio design engineer.Due to Mr. Sugimoto's efforts, MEI created the Avionics Department in 1979 and appointed Mr. Sugimoto as its manager and chief engineer.During his tenure, Matsushita eventually captured more than 80% of the commercial avionics market, which included the In-Seat Video Systems.
In 1990, Mr. Sugimoto was promoted to President of the Matsushita Avionics Development Corporation (MADC).Mr. Sugimoto continued as MADC's President until 1994, where he became President of the Matsushita Avionics Systems Company (MASC).In 1995, Mr. Sugimoto then merged MADC and MASC to form a new company, Matsushita Avionics Corporation (MASC).Mr. Sugimoto served as the new company's President until 1999.Under his leadership, MASC captured 65% of the in-flight video market.
Mr. Yukio Sugimoto, ..., 18 April 2012 [cached]
Mr. Yukio Sugimoto, President and CEO of Aircraft Cabin Systems founded the company in October of 1999. At that time, his goal was to develop video displays for the General Aviation market for use on business aircraft. The fundamental plan was to develop products that were the best performing, safest and most reliable for the market. That goal was achieved with the sale of ACS's 42" Plasma Video display to a Boeing Business Jet customer (BBJ) in early 2000.
Prior to founding ACS, Mr. Sugimoto was the President of Matsushita Avionics Systems. He was instrumental in forming this operating unit within the Matsushita Electric Industrial Company of Osaka, Japan.
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