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lite2fix follow-up – the prototype’s new features

Jennifer Weitbrecht
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We already reported in spring on the innovative product of our sponsor SFS (click here for the article), which is being developed in cooperation with the start-up jetlite: an innovative fastening system for aircraft cabins that significantly simplifies and automates installation and opens up far-reaching possibilities for individualization – lite2fix.

*Advertising note: This article deals with the new products of our sponsor SFS and its cooperation partner jetlite and is therefore marked as advertising.*

The first prototype was presented at this year’s AIX in April (more information here). Since then a lot of work has been put into the further development. We now report what has been worked on.

Further development through customer feedback

Even the best product is useless if the needs of potential customers are disregarded. SFS has been following this credo for a long time. At every stage of development, the needs of the market that have not yet been met are kept in mind. The goal is always to find a suitable solution and to proactively reach out to customers

A characteristic feature of this is that a prototype that has not yet been fully developed was presented at AIX. This allowed constructive feedback to be gathered at an early stage of development. Based on this input, the product was further developed during the last months.

What needs does the product lite2fix address?

Read more about trends like automation and individualized travel experiences in our last article on lite2fix. You can find out more about digitalization in aviation in the SFS whitepaper.

lite2fix already offered these features in April

The advantages of lite2fix for aircraft manufacturers, airlines and passengers can be found in detail here.

What other customer requests have been newly implemented?

lite2fix is constantly being improved and developed. Already within a short time, some new features were designed and implemented.

Among other things, the new MockUp offers:

The new features of lite2fix can also be found in the new product video of SFS:

More about lite2fix – SFS and jetlite at APEX in Los Angeles

Did we arouse your interest? Would you like to learn more and see the original prototype? If you are currently in the USA, just drop by at APEX in Los Angeles, the SFS and jetlite teams will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the product and show you how the prototype works. If not, you will find more information and the possibility to contact us on the product landing page.

by Jennifer Weitbrecht

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