Leading solution provider for cabin interior products exhibits at Aircraft interiors Americas Expo and contributes to related conference programs
Diehl Aviation, a key supplier in the global aerospace industry, is demonstrating its product innovation capabilities in Los Angeles at the upcoming Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas, taking place September 10th–12th, as well as the co-located APEX Expo. The company is participating in the two leading annual events and industry gatherings for cabin interiors and passenger experience in several ways. At the company’s booth visitors can learn more about CANSAS. This is a modular cabin management system with one control panel for nearly all aircraft functions related to the cabin. It features a mature technology and system design with an intuitive simple user interface. Furthermore, customers will receive first-hand information about Diehl’s solutions for space optimized cabin modules like the award-winning Skypax module.
Already on Saturday, September 7th, Diehl Aviation’s SVP Product Innovation, Helge Sachs, will join the Lufthansa FlyingLab conference, taking place on a scheduled flight from Munich, Germany, to Los Angeles, bringing many experts to the upcoming aerospace event in the US. On board that flight, Helge will present the company’s view on innovating seamless user experiences for passengers, crews and MROs. Once in Los Angeles, he will contribute to the CabinSpaceLive seminar program, taking place in the exhibition halls of the Los Angeles Conference Center during the expo events.
Beyond that, Diehl Aviation has entered the finalists’ round for the Crystal Cabin Award, the renowned competition for pioneering aircraft cabin innovations that will be presented – in one category – for the first time in Los Angeles this year, in addition to the annual competition in Hamburg, Germany. Diehl’s finalist is the Voice Controlled Lavatory concept (VCL), which allows passengers to command the lavatory on board by oral commands.
The presence of Diehl Aviation at the events in Los Angeles also supports the company’s North American business operations, which comprise a Customer Services Center (CSC) in Sterrett, Alabama, as well as a customer liaison office in Everett, Washington, and on-site support facilities adjacent to customers’ final assembly lines in Charleston, South Carolina and Montreal, Quebec.