Disruption in the Sky: Location for the Air Traveler

Gregory Dicum (MondoWindow.com)
Business & Strategy Ballroom H

The rapid penetration of in-flight wifi is initiating a disruptive cycle in one of the last unconnected pockets of consumer technology. By using this developing infrastructure to bring location to the air traveler, MondoWindow turns the plane into a browser and turns the moving map into the foundation for a new kind of in-flight entertainment.

Gregory Dicum


Greg Dicum is a technologist and journalist (New York Times, The Economist). As the founder of MondoWindow, the first ever web property for the connected air traveler, Greg is using location to disrupt the $6 billion in-flight entertainment space.

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