Mary has been a leader in the inflight entertainment and communications industry for over 30 years. In her new role, Mary is responsible for strategy, marketing, sales, and account management — working with airlines, inflight connectivity providers, business aviation partners, and other transportation–related companies to improve the passenger Wi-Fi experience.
NetForecast recently unveiled its QMap® Inflight Internet Experience Monitoring service, which continuously measures the passenger Wi–Fi experience from personal electronic devices, and reports on end–to–end network experience quality in near real–time.
As current Chair of the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Connectivity Working Group (CWG), Mary leads the effort to document metrics for measuring the inflight connectivity passenger experience.
Through her work at United, SmartSky, and Gogo, she was instrumental in introducing inflight connectivity to airlines, and helped launch the service on American, Alaska, and AirTran Airways.
Mary has been actively involved in the inflight entertainment and connectivity industry throughout her career. She served as a Director on the APEX Board, is a member of the Leadership Team for the APEX Technology Committee, and is a longstanding member and former Chair of the APEX Thought Leadership Committee. She has also served as President of APEX.
According to Rebecca Wetzel, NetForecast’s President: “NetForecast is delighted to welcome Mary Rogozinski to our team. Her deep understanding of the aviation industry and her long-standing commitment to improving the passenger experience make her the perfect fit for our mission to improve the Internet experience for aircraft passengers.”
NetForecast is a privately held company headquartered in Charlottesville VA. Its customers provide Internet service to over 62 percent of the nation’s broadband Internet subscribers.
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