flyTab Patent Licensing Program

ASIG is leading the way in researching and developing many new technologies related to NextGen flight including eEnablement, IoT/ M2M, tablet and app convergence in aviation, and advanced data analytics. Along the way, we’ve built an industry-leading patent portfolio, which is now available for you to leverage. With an easy to manage flyTab Patent License, your team can access worldwide patent assets that may be critical to the success or acceleration of your business and products.

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ASIG STC, PMA & TSO List

A supplemental type certificate (STC) is a type certificate (TC) issued when an applicant has received FAA approval to modify an aircraft from its original design. The STC, which incorporates by reference the related TC, approves not only the modification but also how that modification affects the original design.

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EmPower: In-Seat Power Supply & Outlets

Studies show that 90% of airline business and leisure passengers today carry some form of Personal Electronic Device (PED). Of them, 50% are carrying Wi-Fi enabled devices and 36% are carrying multiple devices. As this trend continues to accelerate, passengers depend on passenger power systems to remain productive and entertained. Whether your passengers need operating or charging power for netbooks, smartphones, personal DVD players, laptops or portable gaming devices, EmPower In-Seat Power Supplies satisfy their entertainment and productivity desires.

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OnBoard: IFE Server and Access Terminal

Passenger Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) have undisputedly changed the In-Flight Entertainment landscape. Forever! Be they netbooks, smartphones, or tablets, most business and leisure travelers carry one or more, and are accustomed to using them for computing and communications, work and entertainment. The competitive commercial marketplace is constantly evolving and improving capabilities of these devices, constantly raising the performance bar. Most importantly for the airlines, they are already on board, familiar, and available.

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flyTab iPad EFB

When you watch pilots walking through the airport, you see them carrying a box-type briefcase. This is called a Flight Bag. It contains vital documents that may need to be referenced during the flight including airport diagrams, en-route charts, approach plates, checklists, aircraft manuals/log books, company documents and more.

For years the airline industry has wanted to find a way to create Electronic Flight Bags. The benefits would be obvious: instant access to more information, interaction with real-time flight data, and the ability to easily and automatically update all of this information.

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