Safran Passenger Innovations has announced the launch of Safran’s latest software platform, RAVE OS, on board several airlines.
All Nippon Airways’ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, STARLUX A330 and A321 and Virgin Atlantic’s A350 offer RAVE OS on board, amongst other airlines.
According to Safran, the platform offers a modern user interface with features such as pinch to zoom, picture in picture and multi-tasking capabilities, creating a passenger experience comparable to that of the latest consumer technology products.
In addition, the platform provides an immersive experience with full cabin Bluetooth audio and features the ability to run third party applications and play 4K content.
Keeping with the essence of RAVE DNA – which stands for Reliable, Affordable and Very Easy – RAVE OS maintains its common core and a configurable and brandable user interface, ease of maintenance and lowest total cost of ownership.
Matt Smith, CEO of Safran Passenger Innovations, said: “We are thrilled to deliver a product that encapsulates the key innovations we have been developing over the last three years, driven by customer and passenger needs. As we continue to grow and innovate, we will prioritise investment in products that make a difference to our customers.”
RAVE OS is paired with SPI’s latest ULTRA displays featuring RAVE’s game-changing docking station with display sizes ranging from 13.32″ to 43″ and a high-power USB-C (60 watts) in every seat.