- Smart Mirror conceals invisible display for branding and communications possibilities
- Demonstrations taking place on AGT Booth (IC51) at AIX 2019
- View product integrated in new concept interiors at the AIM Altitude Booth 7B01
AviationGlass & Technology (AGT) — a Dutch innovations company manufacturing and supplying certified glass products to the global aviation industry — today announced a collaboration with AIM Altitude to further develop AGT’s “Smart Mirror” for aircraft interiors. The companies are co-developing product enhancements and applications that enable the AeroGlass Mirror, concealing an invisible display, to show branding, advertising as well as passenger and crew information. The Smart Mirror will be on display at AGT’s booth (number) at AIX 2019.
Recognized in the aviation industry as a provider of leading-edge solutions for aircraft interiors, AIM Altitude brings expertise in creating custom aircraft furniture that seamlessly integrate new technology.
Embedded lighting and touch screen buttons enable AGT’s ultra thin AeroGlass mirrors to turn into screens. Possible applications include integrated screens in bulkheads, galleys or in lavatories for advertising and passenger communications including ‘close the door’ and ‘return to seat’ signs.
Jaap Wiersema, AGT’s COO, says, “This cooperation with AIM Altitude helps AGT demonstrate just how versatile our AeroGlass mirror products can be in aircraft interiors. In addition to the endless design possibilities and beauty factor, its integrated display becomes a channel for communications not only with passengers but also amongst crew members.”
Ross Burns, Group Lead Industrial Designer at AIM Altitude adds, “Our aim is to help customers successfully integrate new and exciting technologies into their unique flight experiences and this collaboration with AGT enables us to expand our range of solutions for aircraft interiors. Integrating AeroGlass mirrors into our furniture, means enhanced on-board interaction in a highly attractive and efficient manner.”