Aircraft interior design consultants, physicians and cabin amenity providers are reviving the airline industry’s efforts to improve passenger sleep, at a time when data gathering and analytics technologies are opening new possibilities. Sensors could be added to a business-class seat to measure the time and quality of sleep, panelists suggested during a discussion at the Passenger Experience Conference in Hamburg. A passenger may be encouraged to share the data his or her connected ...

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