The Seamless Air Alliance (SAA) published an inflight connectivity standard on February 18, intended to improve internet access to passenger on airplanes.In a statement the SAA said that the standard has been developed in collaboration with industry experts across the groups member companies. Titled Seamless Release 1.0, the SAA said it establishes the world’s only modular platform architecture for inflight connectivity. “By using a modular structure based on open interfaces, the system enables rapid adoption of new technologies without requiring customization or the complete replacement of equipment on the aircraft or fleet,” the SAA said in a statement.Seamless Release 1.0 is intended
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