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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

navAero Introduces Broad EFB Product Line

Montreal, Canada - navAero announced today the introduction of a broad new array of electronic flight bag hardware and peripheral products to fulfill the ever expanding needs of the commercial airline and military aerospace industry.

The adaptability of the company's innovative technology has enabled the commercialization of versatile and affordable EFB solutions that meet broad and varying requirements.

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"navAero has embarked on a Sea Change...a broad transformation of our company into one that brings a wide variety of affordable technology solutions." Stated Knut Aabo, navAero Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing. "Our forward-focused industry leadership and advanced engineering capabilities allow us to bring broadened product offerings to our current and future customers that allow the implementation of their exact and specific program without compromise."

navAero's focus has always been on the commercialization of upgradable and forward-compatible EFB systems, mounting solutions and connectivity products. navAero is bringing today a broad and versatile family of technology solutions purposefully built for commercial and military aviation aircrafts.

For technology programs that are based on flight deck utilization of versatile tablet platforms, like the iOS-based Apple iPad(tm) or the Android-based Samsung Galaxy(tm), navAero has introduced the t.Tablet(tm) product line. By utilizing a modular design, the navAero tablet mounting structures are a means to secure the tablet device and meet all applicable industry standards. The structure can also be configured to provide enhanced capabilities through certified connection to aircraft power as well as certified connectivity to aircraft data buses.

The navAero t.Pad(tm) Family of Displays has also broadened and now boasts both 10.4" and 12.1" LCD displays with LED illumination. And with the use of the Microsoft Widows(tm) 7 Operating System on the t.Bag(tm)C22 EFB CPU, the displays can be enabled with "multi-touch" functionality for enhanced utilization and user-interaction.

For fully certified connectivity aircraft systems, navAero has commercialized an advanced Aircraft Interface Device. Now deployed on numerous airframes, this AID brings broad connectivity offerings in a compact and easily installable form factor.

And to meet the ever increasing demand for fully certified installations, navAero now brings a fully PMA'd EFB platform for hosting Type A and Type B applications.

Innovative design and development, upgradable and forward compatible platforms...these are the hallmarks of navAero. We have embarked on our Sea Change and are transforming our core competencies into a broad array of product offerings that provide the right solutions to the ever evolving needs of our industry.

Source : navAero

Published on ASDNews: May 23, 2011


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