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Webinar Overview

Register to view this On-Demand Webinar (recorded 23rd June 2022) to see a full overview and system demo of Logipad 2nd Generation – an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) App and digital flight process automation and optimization solution designed to make flight and document management simple, fast and smart for pilots, flight crew, dispatch / Flight Ops, and maintenance crews alike. During the Webinar, DextraData EFB experts will walk you through Logipad’s key features and workflow for a typical flight (as used by airlines and operators of all sizes worldwide, including Virgin Atlantic, Jet Aviation, AeroLogic, Ethiopian Airlines, and more), including how Flight Ops / dispatch seamlessly maintains and updates all key documents, manuals, data charts and Apps on all EFB devices (iOS, Android and Windows) for each specific flight. In addition, you will see how pilots can use a single-sync solution prior to take-off to ensure they have all the info and data they need on their device for each flight. During the demo you will also see the latest developments such as the new 2FA and device-to-device Communication which allows briefing data to be seamlessly exchanged between pilots’ devices before and during flight, even if the devices use different operating systems such as iOS and Windows, and how to create and customize online forms using the eForms Module and eFormGenerator. You will also see how Logipad fully integrates with and shares data with other key third-party Apps such as Lido mPilot and Boeing OPT, how pilots quickly find docs and manuals, and how the solutions works fully offline during flight, before synching with and sending saved data to the ground when connectivity is again available.

During the Webinar you will learn what makes Logipad a comprehensive EFB solution that goes beyond being an application running on a single device. You will see how the solution optimizes processes and thus the communication between crew and ground staff, plus learn how it enables airlines and operators to save time and money, while reducing the potential for mistakes.

The Logipad Demo follows the key functionality and workflows for a typical flight:

  • Logipad Demo – Step 1: Before the Flight – Flight Ops Admin / Dispatch and Pilot Apps
    First you will see the workflow of Logipad for pilots and ground staff before take-off, including the key functionalities and modules that Logipad combines in one app. You will see how Logipad integrates into existing EFB and Flight Ops infrastructures, seamlessly exchanges documents and data, and how pilots synchronize their EFB devices to ensure they have all the key info for each specific flight using the single-sync functionality. You will also learn how Logipad optimizes and digitizes processes and supports pilots, crew and ground staff with briefing and documentation procedures. 

    The demo shows:
    Step 1: Flight Operations staff update the documents for the next flight in the Logipad back-end, and flag docs that need to be confirmed by the pilot ahead of take-off.
    Step 2: Flight Operations staff use the Briefing Manager module to view and modify the content of the EFF package from the ground. Updates are sent to the pilots EFB devices.
    Step 3: Prior to the flight Pilots use the single-sync function to update all documents to their EFB App so they have all their information for the flight ahead.
    Step 4: Using the confirmation button, pilots confirm to Flight Ops using the confirmation button that they have read and received their required documents.
    Step 5: Pilots activate the briefing module with the EFB App to access the digital briefing package
    Step 6: Pilots sends fuel data directly to Flight Ops immediately prior to take-off and access updated third-party performance Apps via the Logipad App including the Boeing Performance tool OPT. You will see how Logipad shares data with other Apps, in this case to import performance data from OPT into the Logipad App and to share raw summary data of the flight plan into Lido mPilot.
    Step 7: Pilots update documents during the briefing phase and search for specific information and manuals using the powerful search engine.

  • Logipad Demo – Step 2: During the Flight – Pilots and Flight Crew Apps
    Next you will see Logipad for pilots and crew when they are up in the air. You will see the system functionality, when no Wi-Fi is available and a demo of how to report damaged inventory. Also, you will see Logipad’s eForms and eFormGenerator: using the Logipad eFormGenerator, online forms can be intuitively created and adapted with drag and drop. You will also see what functionality and advantage the integration of the QR-Code Scanner brings. Additionally, you will see a demo of the seamless device-to-device communication and data exchange between pilots EFBs, even if the pilots’ are using different operating systems, such as windows and iOS.

    The demo shows:
    Step 1: Pilots show the EFB working fully offline. Content is saved automatically and then sent to the ground once reconnected.
    Step 2: The flight crew notice a defective seat and take a photo with their tablet and report the fault using electronic forms within Logipad.
    Step 3: See how to easily create an eForm.
    Step 4: During the flight, the pilot hands over controls to the co-pilot. The pilot seamlessly transfers the briefing data to the co-pilot using Logipad’s device-to-device communication feature.

  • Logipad Demo – Step 3: After the Flight – Pilots Apps, Maintenance Crews, Dispatch and Flight Ops Admin
    Finally you will see the functionality of Logipad for pilots, crew and ground staff when they are back on the ground. You will see how Logipad sends recorded flight information directly to Flight Ops, how Logipad can be used by maintenance crew to record outside damages and can process, evaluate and transfer data to other 3rd Party systems.

    The demo shows:
    Step 1: Pilot fills in the flight log within Logipad which is sent directly to Flight Ops.
    Step 2: The aircraft is checked by the maintenance crew and a defect is noticed. Logipad scans the QR code of a faulty part and records the fault digitally.
    Step 3: Flight Ops check that all the flight data is available.

Webinar Agenda:

  1. Introduction: The Webinar starts with an introduction to the self-developed EFB solution Logipad by DextraData and an outline of Logipad’s development with an introduction to the company behind the product as well as a presentation of Logipad’s way of working hand-in-hand with our customers.
  2. Functions overview: Get to know more about Logipad and its functions in a live demo.
  3. Before, during and after flight: Optimizing Processes: DextraData experts will give you an overview of how Logipad optimizes and digitizes processes and supports pilots, crew and ground staff to handle the paperwork required in briefing and documentation procedures.
  4. Roadmap: Learn more about the future plans and upcoming features of Logipad such as eForms extension, new dashboard features and internal chat functions.
  5. Q&A: The Webinar closes with a Q&A session.

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