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?)

Since the advent of the iPhone in 2007 and its associated Software Development Kit (SDK) in 2008, a major technology trend disrupting businesses in almost every industry (and consumer behavior around the globe) has been the introduction of an entire new category of mobile software applications (Apps). This step change in the how/where/when of software usage and the purchase process surrounding app acquisition has been referred to as the “App Economy”.

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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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Airline Economics: MIS Convergence with the Avionics Domain


Airline Economics: MIS Convergence with the Avionics DomainWith the implementation of tablets for the use of an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB's) brings many exciting advantages not just to pilots but a wide range of people in the aviation industry. Now that the cost of introducing an EFB program is lower than ever before, the integration of iPad based EFB’s with both airframe and MIS enterprise intelligence s...

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BYOD in the Aviation Field and the Problems that Ensue


In today’s world, technology is developing faster than businesses could have expected. Having the “latest” and “greatest” is a norm and because of that it seems everyone has their own “smart” device. Today we have the opportunity to do even more on these devices. For example, we can email, pay our bills, locate a restaurant, Google search, or BING,...

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iPad EFB Apps Get Real-Time Data with flyTab Aircraft Interface Module

iPad Apps can now receive real-time flight data through the flyTab® Aircraft Interface Module (AIM) developed through a collaboration of ASIG (www.asigllc.com) and Shadin Avionics (www.shadin.com).

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The flyTab Software Developers Kit (SDK) accelerates aircraft aware iOS applications development with tools, data and simulations intended to ease product development lifecycles.

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iPad Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solutions require durable mounting options that withstand the rigors of in-flight use. Mounting solutions also need to account for new form factors for future iPad models.

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Implementing tablet-based Electronic Flight Bags (EFB) in the cockpit requires a power source that protects both the airframe and the electronic flight bag itself.

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In the end every air carrier business case manager knows the key to ROI for any Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) program is rapid deployability, minimized implementation cost, and ease of access and distribution of data! Data provides the standard for any solid business case that benefits an organization.

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