Paperless pilot training with tablet computer at Cockpit4u


As of now a 600 grams tablet PC replaces about five kilos of paper within pilot training at Cockpit4u.

From April 2013 Cockpit4u will intro-duce the "Electronic Cockpit4u Bag" (ECB) for all type rating courses on Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier.

ECB is an electronic information man-agement device that helps trainees to perform flight training tasks more easily and efficiently with less paper. It is a general purpose computing platform intended to reduce, or replace, paper-based reference material often found in the trainee pilot's carry-on flight bag, including the training syllabus, aircraft operating manual, flight-crew operating manual, and navigational charts.

Each trainee of the German TRTO will be provided with an Android device which digitally presents the entire training documents, except the QRH, the Training Manual and the grading record. This is to improve the training even more convenient, efficient and sustainable.

“Our latest innovation once again confirms us as one of the most progressive and customer-oriented aviation training providers in the world. We impart our customers with the necessary routine in a paperless cockpit, which has already been established within the most leading airlines worldwide", says Dennis Pilz, Managing Director of Cockpit4u.

09/04/2013


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