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
- firstname.lastname@example.org or Yukio Sugimoto
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.