flyTab Demos High-Flying iPad EFB

flyTab Demos High-Flying iPad EFB
Simulated flight driven by Garmin GNS 430

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In partnership with Shadin Avionics and App Orchard, ASIG has developed and is now demonstrating its flyTab iPad EFB driven by a Garmin GNS 430. The units are connected by the Avionics Interface Module, which seamlessly translates A-429 and/or Mil-Std-1553 (per end-user requirement) data.

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Press Release from flyTab: ASIG Successfully Tests New iPad to 80,000 Feet

For Immediate Release

Mike Neder
Director, Business Development
Avionics & Systems Integration Group
10 Collins Industrial Place, Suite 3-B
North Little Rock, AR 72113
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ASIG Successfully Tests New iPad to 80,000 Feet
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2012 Will be the Year of the iPad EFB

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Looking back at aviation technology, nothing in memory stands out for its promise of affordable, multipurpose capabilities more than the Apple iPad, which turned 2 years old on January 27, 2012. Despite its promise of saving money as an electronic flight bag (EFB) or as part of an in-flight entertainment system (IFE), many have...

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Long-Term FAA Funding Accelerates NextGen Work, Allows Airline Planning

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For the last eight years, commercial aviation has been doing its best to get ready for the Next Generation Air Transportation system. It’s not been easy for anyone. NextGen is a complex system complicated by the uncertainty of long-term FAA funding.

NextGen LogoBickering over ancillary ideology, Congress has hamstrung NextGen since 2007, when...

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