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IMS EMEA Newsletter Issue 6 - October 2011

 

iPad cockpit app makes debut at NBAA

 

Vol6-8ARINC Direct used the NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) annual meeting in Las Vegas to unveil details of its first iPad application designed to provide a pilot-friendly user interface. The application started testing a few months ago and this was followed by a live beta test mode with several large corporate and pilot owner operators.

The ARINC app should feature imminently on the Apple iTunes store. ARINC Direct has been at the forefront in the use of web-enabled technologies since the business unit was founded in 2003 but the increasing availability of web access, suitable hardware and client-based application technology presents new opportunities for the way in which it interacts with customers. The evolution of SwiftBroadband is an additional catalyst as the aviation industry moves towards a true paperless environment in the cockpit.

 

 

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