Spyglass Takes Off with In-Flight Entertainment System
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Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Rockwell Collins (ROK), a worldwide leader in electronic controls and communications, licensed Spyglass' (SPYG) Device Mosaic, Spyglass ThinGUI Library and Spyglass MicroServer, for use with their Total Entertainment System (TES), a digital entertainment system built on an interactive platform.
The Spyglass Device Mosaic Web browser is the enabling engine for the re-designed TES passenger entertainment system, which is now capable of running HTML applications. The TES displays can be installed on the backs of airline seats or mounted on armrests for easy access. Passengers have hand-held remote control units that allow them to navigate across a wide range of applications, including audio/video-on-demand.
Spyglass provides Internet consulting, software and professional services for content providers, service operators and device manufacturers.