The Jet Business launches cabin interior design app


The Jet Business has launched cabin interior design app for visitors to the London jet showroom.

The Jet Business logoThe Jet Business, the UK business jet broker, has launched a cabin interior design application, allowing visitors to its London showroom to visualise a variety of business jet cabins in a full-size 3D replication.

The app has comparative graphic images and full size 1:1 cabin cross sections of the jets. It allows potential purchasers to change the style of aircraft seats, cabinetry veneers and soft furnishings in a virtual life-size representation of the cabin. as well as change fabrics, carpets, woods, cabinetry, veneers, finishes and upholstery in a few clicks.

The app is been launched coinciding with the MEBA Show in Dubai, where Steve Varsano, founder of The Jet Business, and his team will be exhibiting. The company will showcase a complete demonstration of the interior design process featuring the most popular Gulfstream models (an example of a typical ultra-long range cabin layout.) Further OEM models will be added within the first quarter of 2013 including Falcon, Bombardier, Airbus, Boeing and the intention is to expand the offering to future business jet models as well.

“With a wide range of options now available in interior furnishings and the great leaps in technology and digital imagery, we are very pleased to help clients create personalised interiors which reflect their lifestyle and tastes. Up to now, the process has been very different for clients to immediately visualise their choices only using swatch materials,” said Varsano.

“We have concentrated on enhancing our existing software so that clients can not only choose which is the minimum type of aircraft suits their mission, but they can also redesign its interior at the same time. For these time poor clients this single source of interior and technical information is invaluable,” added Robin Brooks, senior app designer & IT manager.

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