We offer a range of services to airlines with internet access and in-flight wireless providers, including news, sport, practical tips, travel guides and multimedia enhancements. We have taken full advantage of our proven technical know-how in size adjustment (automatic adaptation of images, frequency of delivery), metadata and XML formatting. Our content is available in several languages.
We also provide precise filtering by keyword, region or theme to enable the airline to deliver a rich variety of news in a constrained environment, subject to local pressures.
Services without access to Internet
When Internet access is finally available for all devices, experts predict the gradual phasing out of on-board screens and their replacement by internet access from passengers’ own mobile phones or tablets. At present, most content consumed in-flight is delivered off-line, through the aircraft’s internal VOD system.
To meet this particular need, we can supply video programmes of varying lengths, and interactive applications. Our contents – either with no speaking or in English or French – can all be localised in a local language and adapted to your specific needs.
We can supply contents with no speaking such as SD or HD ambiance videos to let passengers settle down and unwind in front of spectacular sights and Zen music. We also have an extensive catalogue of adventure and extreme sports films shot in some of the most beautiful places on the planet. Passengers are sure to enjoy our catalogue of tourist information videos, lasting 3 to 5 minutes, subtitled or dubbed into their own language, and also our languages courses, which give a taster of the language which can only be useful on arrival.
Finally, we offer interactive wellness applications which combine animation, short video clips and texts. They include exercises to help passengers relax and enhance their comfort (by preventing headaches, backache…) during the flight. A search facility allows them to find the right exercise to address their particular discomfort.
The contents have licenses of varying durations (2, 3, 6, 12 and 24 months), with unlimited use during this period. Delivery methods and formats are flexible.
The contents can be sold directly to the airlines, to their in-flight entertainment agency and to independent distributors.