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The Aircraft Interiors Expo this year celebrated its 20thanniversary and remains the most significant industry event in the calendar. Bringing together hundreds of exhibitors along with thousands of industry insiders with a range of backgrounds -from airline executives to suppliers- in the vast halls of the Hamburg Messe, it is a great opportunity to stay up to date with the cutting-edge advances in aircraft interior products.
Torrot’s Velocipedo, designed together with Mormedi, just received an Honourable Mention in one of the biggest and most prestigious design competitions in the world, Red Dot Awards.
Mormedi, the design and innovation consultancy, together with the other members of the Future Cabin for the Asian Market (FUCAM) consortium, today revealed new concepts designed to revolutionise the flying experience for passengers from China, Japan, and Southeast Asia from 2025 onwards.
Mormedi was at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2018 in Hamburg to see first-hand the latest and greatest products in the aviation sector. This year we were also protagonists, presenting the first results of the FUCAM (Future Cabin for the Asian Market) project together with our consortium partners in the Bertrandt stand.
There is no doubt that the future of urban mobility is based on three fundamental technological developments; connectivity, electrification and autonomy. All are in very different phases of maturity, each following its own particular innovation curve.
The Spanish railway industry has offered innovative next generation products and solutions that have been developed and implemented in more than 80 countries. It has become a leader and worldwide reference in the sector as recognized by MAFEX, the association that joins together more than 70 Spanish railway industry enterprises and accounts for about 85% railway exports from the country.
Aircraft interiors are usually thought of as highly optimized spaces. Monuments in particular are rarely seen as an area for innovation. These elements are mostly used as simple dividers and branding surfaces, and innovation is often limited to finding the lightest and most resistant materials.
Nobody can resist the changes we experience daily. The airline industry knows it and they are starting to respond to the great challenges they are facing. What is the future aircrafts going to look like?
The automobile is, since its creation, is an product that has fascinated several generations. It’s no longer a means of transport, but has become something else: art, passion, a status symbol and freedom. It is an object with soul and this is mostly due to design.
Redesigning the cabin for world-beating comfort
and increased revenue
Iberia entrusted Mormedi with the design of its new fleet of A330 aircraft’s Business and Tourist Classes, as well as the later update of the
Business Class in the A350s.
Juliane joined Mormedi in 2010 and has since helped to consolidate Mormedi’s hybrid approach across the Industrial Design, User Experience Design and Service/Business Design disciplines
“What I love about Mormedi is that we have the opportunity to shape the future – working with a brilliant team and clients throughout diverse sectors”