(Chicago, IL USA, October 10, 2006) -- The navAero tBagTMC22 has just been granted Supplemental Type Certification (STC) as a Class 2 Electronic Flight Bag system on the MD-10/MD-11 series aircraft.
Executed by Avionics Support Group, this marks yet another STC achieved for the navAero tBagC22 Class 2 EFB hardware.
The STC ST03327AT for MD-10/MD-11 was issued on October 3, 2006. navAero's customer for this aircraft type is a major international airline who plans a fleet-wide deployment of the navAero EFB hardware on all its MD10/MD10 aircrafts. As a Class II device, the navAero t.BagTMC22 system is suitable for use during all phases of flight.
Ken Crowhurst, navAero Executive Vice President and Managing Director, stated: "This achievement marks yet another validation of our system as a rugged Class 2 EFB hardware solution that meets the demanding standards required to achieve an STC. The navAero t.BagTM C22 Class II EFB computer and display technology gives aircraft operators a high quality, robust and cost effective Class II hardware solution for charting applications as well as a platform to host a variety of other aviation software designed to help them improve their operational efficiency. With the continued success we are realizing in achieving STCs for our contracted customers, we are truly becoming the preferred choice of EFB solutions for commercial aircrafts."
The navAero t.Bag TMC22 hardware can also be utilized for running airline-specific applications. Deployments like real-time weather services can also easily be integrated as well as functions such as video surveillance, automated security, document libraries, and wide range of data communications applications.