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Two New Supplementary Type Certificates Approved For Tablet Based EFB Solution From Scandinavian Avionics


Scandinavian Avionics
Two New Supplementary Type Certificates Approved For Tablet Based EFB Solution From Scandinavian Avionics

Billund, Denmark, 19.08.2015

The SA Group headquarters, Scandinavian Avionics has received two new STC
approvals for installation of its Electronic Flight Bag solution in ATR-42/72 and
British Aerospace ATP.

The SA Group is proud to announce two new STCs for its Electronic Flight Bag solution.

The architected solution for ATR consists of:
  • Two ruggedized 10.1” Panasonic tablets
  • Scandinavian Avionics DIC-600 Data Integration with avionics interfaces for integration into the aircrafts data buses 
  • ERC-400 Communication Controller for off board communication
  • EFB control panels with charging capabilities for pilot’s personal devices and Camera Surveillance system.
The architected solution for ATP consists of:
  • Two ruggedized 10.1” Panasonic tablets
  • Scandinavian Avionics’ DIC-600 Data Integration Center prepared for future integration of avionics and communication systems.
Certification activities are finalized and installation will start in high pace during the autumn at several customer locations. Based on our EASA Part 21.J. and 21.G privileges, Scandinavian Avionics can, as one out of a few suppliers design, manufacture and certify tailored EFB products in house. This adds value, limits risk exposure and increases predictability for customer projects. This is in line with the SA Group philosophy to provide Turn-Key projects to its valued customers.

The solutions follow the industry path of utilizing COTS tablets in the cockpit while leaning on avionics
components for functions to reside in the aircraft for many years.

Hakan Norell, CTO at SA Technologies AB, explains:

"These approvals validate that our developed product portfolio meets the stringent regulatory requirements and can be deployed into all aircraft types. A perfect fit for Airlines with mixed fleets. Utilization of the same equipment in different airframes among the fleets eases maintenance, training and pilot familiarization which in turn yields lower costs of operation."

Anne Grauslund Hansen | Marketing Manager
P: +45 7950 8009 |

Scandinavian Avionics A/S

Billund Airport | Stratusvej 9 | DK-7190 Billund
P: +45 7950 8000 | F: +45 7950 8099 |

An electronic flight bag solution benefits any airline or aircraft operator by reducing weight on board and by saving time on updating the physical charts in the flight bag as well as gaining operational benefits with connectivity.

Michael R. Truelsen, President, Scandinavian Avionics comments:

"These projects have joined the core competence and extensive knowledge of several companies within The SA Group to make this achievement. Our focus to jointly develop the group to form an agile and competent player also on the avionics product market has been proven. We are continuing this effort and we have still several aces to play..."