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connect hippity is the buzzword at the paris air show with exhibits has i mean to improve the flying experience of passengers and pilots , panasonic says its in flight entertainment , communication systems of the most advanced in the world , used on a range of airlines by health uses on to take previously unthinkable activities like watching a live televised sports and conducting face time with those on the ground what we're close to really delivering is the seamless travel process for the passenger so there's no difference between the experience that you have on the ground , in the experience you have on the aircraft , design , it has %HESITATION are for very large screens , and you'll see things are set up to be very very graphical , is a lot more now lucky's on your your mobile phones are and also for your your tablets , snodgrass says it takes time for aviation to catch up with the interactive technology scene in phones and tablets , because of the advanced safety checks required , tel is group is offering a series of prototypes , such as its top mike's head mounted display for pilots , former french prime minister francois off you don't try to help himself , the paris air show is the biggest in the world with more than two thousand exhibitors , it's runs until july twenty first