Lean as well as comprehensive: The
Electronic Flight Folder module is part of the comprehensive Logipad Electronic
Flight Bag solution. Nevertheless, the single EFF module is also available as a
stand-alone application. You can still upgrade to the full Logipad EFB solution
package with all its modules at a later date.
Based on best practices flight procedures
the Logipad Electronic Flight Folder (EFF) is designed to provide pilots with
flight-relevant briefing data in digital form. Correctly handling digital
briefing data unlocks a high potential for optimizing processes and saving
time, as well as for decreasingly the likelihood of potential errors. Flight
operations personnel and EFB administrators can use a briefing manager web
interface to view and modify the content of an EFF package generated by a
flight planning system. Even EFF updates sent at short notice before the flight
can be provided directly onto a mobile device.
Usability and Customization
The pilot-friendly operation allows
flight-relevant data such as fuel, weight, and time to be documented
efficiently during the flight. The Electronic Flight Folder contains flight
plans, NOTAMS, weather charts, and additional flight information, for example,
and the structure can be adapted as required. The look and structure of the
Flight Folder can be aligned with the operations manual and briefing
definition. No need to renew the whole application in case you want to modify
the layout of the EFF view.
Process optimization through
Our solution is not just about replacing
paper-based briefings; it is a matter of managing processes in an efficient
way. We ensure that process steps are adhered to. For example, logic checks,
data validation, and stored field conditions reduce the probability of
Role-based management helps to provide
relevant data to the right users. It is even possible to set different
permissions for each user role within a crew. Plus, completed briefings are
signed with a user-based certificate (eSignature).
With Device-to-Device communication, briefing data can be exchanged between up to seven devices, when there is a shift change in the cockpit. Different roles (captain, first officer) are taken into account with regard to the briefing handling, which complies regular cockpit procedures.