AvioVision (Booth 933) and Web Manuals have jointly developed an electronic flight bag (EFB) app called Aviobook. Designed as a cross-platform solution, Aviobook runs on Microsoft Windows-based and Apple iPad devices. Web Manuals of Sweden brings its expertise in developing cloud-based tools for writing, reviewing and publishing manuals to the joint EFB solution. AvioVision, a Belgian company, developed the EFB functionality, which includes display of charts and documents, flight logging and performance calculations.
Web Manuals also announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with Great Circle Services, a Swiss company that specializes in auditing, consulting, interim management, technical documentation and training. Under the partnership, the two partners are offering “EFB-compatible documentation solutions to aviation organizations worldwide,” according to the companies. The services provided include authoring, editing, revision control and electronic distribution.
“Our customers rely on us to provide complete, correct and compliant manuals in an increasingly complex world,” said Great Circle Services managing director Michael Grüninger. “In partnership with Web Manuals, we can extend that service right through to the point of distribution.”