Class 2 Tablet EFB's - From Want to Necessity in 48 Months

Digital technology and aviation is rapidly evolving. Most operators hold on absolute reliance on automated systems both in the air and on the ground and most of us now except the assumption that computers do a better job of things than we do. Computers, in aviation, are everywhere – in large form they are controlling airplanes and in small form m...

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ASIG Team flyTab Achieves First Flight with FAA-Conforming flyTab Class 2 iPad EFB

For Immediate Release

1/20/2014 | North Little Rock, AR
Avionics & Systems Integration Group (ASIG) today announced that its flyTab Team has successfully completed the first on-aircraft certification of its FAA-conforming flyTab Dual Class 2 iPad EFB. The event is a significant step in the flyTab Team’s delivery of the completely customizable f...

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Airline Economics: The App Economy for Commercial Aviation (or So, we have this tablet thing, now what?)

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Airline Economics: How Tablet EFBs Enhance Maintenance and Troubleshooting Techniques


Since the release of the very first EFB (Electronic Flight Bag), there has been a rush in the market to further justify EFB adoption ROI through enhanced usage and functionality of these devices. One such example is the use of an EFB to increase airframe reliability.
With the advent of Class 2 devices being interfaced with the avionics and...

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