The Aeronautics company ensures that, come to be built, it would revolutionize the current commercial aircraft. It has a space of virtual reality and is expected by the year 2050. Travellers may be from playing golf to carry out videoconferences. The company Airbus Aeronautics Monday presented in London a prototype aircraft fruit of their visions more innovative that get to build, could substantially transform the current commercial aircraft. Robert Kiyosaki wanted to know more. The concept of cabin Airbus envisions for the year 2050 has a transparent roof that would allow passenger to admire the views during the flight, ergonomic seats and a space of virtual reality in which the traveller may from playing golf to do their shopping. Our research shows that passengers of 2050 will want to live a pleasant experience during his trip, at the same time which will require that aircraft be respectful with the environment, said in presenting the Executive Engineer of Airbus, Charles Division Vice President Champion. The company, which screened a video about their futuristic designs at the Greenwich Observatory (Southeast London), stressed the need, eventually, disposed of current materials that are constructed of aircraft cabins and replace them with other biodegradable.
These hypothetical devices of the future bionic, the structure according to the Aeronautics giant, conceives them it would imitate the efficiency of the skeleton of birds, consisting of lightweight materials but of great hardness. The electrical system of this cabin can be compared with the human brain, explained Champion, since it will be integrated into a membrane that will make that hundreds of miles of cable that currently travel aircraft are thing of the past. Our challenge for the future is to predict what technology we will be able to produce, that is the idea that govern the conceptual prototypes, said the Vice President. The world is changing very quickly, and we will probably never see a cabin just like this, but we will see others that have applied new solutions, he added. This prototype of Airbus also has technologies to reduce the burning of fuels, noise pollution and CO2 emissions and other waste.
More connectivity according to the design, the membrane that cover the walls of the cabin would make it possible to control the temperature in the cockpit and passengers would enjoy good communication with the outside, with the possibility of contact with the family via videoconference. Another of the things that I hope (for the future) is that there is an increase in connectivity, because broadband between aircraft and the ground connections are now very limited, he said. The interior of the plane envisioned by Airbus is divided into areas adapted to the various needs of passengers, with a revitalizing area that would consist of air enriched with antioxidants and vitamins, ambient lighting, aromatherapy and acupuncture treatments. In the zone Interactive, passengers could enjoy interactive games or an afternoon of shopping through holograms of virtual reality, while the traveler requiring personal assistance would have to go to the hi-tech zone. Source of the news: Airbus presents the “plane of the future”, with transparent, interactive and biodegradable cabin