Inadvia are delighted to be exhibiting at Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) this year. Inadvia will showcase the latest in IFEC programmatic advertising technology as part of the UK Pavillion in Hamburg. The show will run from 2nd-4th April 2019. Get in touch if you would like to hear more, or pop by our stand at 3UA10. […]
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How do we move Inflight Entertainment advertising into the emerging global, cross-platform, advertising ecosystem capable of supporting targeted advertising, programmatic buying, and dynamic ad insertion?’ Inadvia’s Matt Blay has been invited to talk all things programmatic at Apex Tech in LA, 29th-30th January 2019. Find out more Here
Inadvia is excited to announce our agreement with Global Eagle to bring programmatic advertising to the skies. Read the press release Here
Inadvia’s Tim Letheren was recently interviewed at New Video Frontiers in London about the revolution in In-Transit Media. Watch the video Here
Inadvia’s Tim Letheren has been invited to speak in the Innovation Showcase keynote at New Video Frontiers at King’s Place in London, 3rd October 2018. Tim will talk about the technology and growth of In-Transit Media on planes, trains and coaches.
Inadvia exhibits at APEX Expo 24th-27th September 2018 in Boston – Pop by our stand (407) if you would like to hear how we can unleash the advertising revenue potential of your inflight entertainment.
A great piece in Video and TV Advertising Guide 2019 on Inadvia and In-Transit Media distributed at DMEXCO, featuring our own Matt Blay. Download the guide Here
Inadvia has been invited to speak at IAB Engage in Milan this year. Matt Blay will be one of the industry experts discussing how automation in the transport industries is unlocking premium video in a big way.
Inadvia’s Matt Blay is featured in this month’s Apex Magazine piece on targeted inflight advertising. Read it here
The Inadvia team are delighted to announce our partnership with the brilliant team at Lufthansa Systems. Read the press release Here