Flightman’s early market engagements were typically in consulting and systems integration projects with global carriers in “Lean Flight” consulting workshops and projects. This led the company to identify a significant opportunity in the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software solutions area.
In April 2001, the company launched its’ first product, the eTechlog™ – an electronic version of the current paper-based technical log held aboard an aircraft. Following an extensive review of airline feedback and a number of value proposition workshops and focus groups with flight and engineering crews worldwide, the initial product offering has developed and grown in line with airlines’ specific requirements. The result of the developments to date is Flightman™ – the software framework that offers a complete solution for the connected aircraft; covering business processes, technical documentation, and vendor management thus allowing pilots, cabin crew, and ground engineers to capture and utilize operational information more efficiently and ultimately reduce operational costs.
Flightman (under the AMT brand name) has won several awards since its foundation, such as the ICT Excellence Award for “Best Example of Mobile Internet Technology”, recognizing its technology as state-of-the-art. Flightman continues to develop its product offering and is currently working on several new product developments in response to market demands.