Continuum Applied Technology (Booth No. 2764) has announced the release of Version 10.5 of Corridor, its aviation service and maintenance software. Version 10.5’s qualifications module enables management and reporting of personnel certifications and qualifications and is designed for compatibility with regulatory authorities such as the FAA, EASA and China’s CAAC. “We worked closely with several Corridor customers to understand their qualification control requirements and developed the qualifications module directly from that feedback,” said Continuum president Jack Demeis.
Version 9 of Continuum Applied Technology’s Corridor aviation service software includes a new multi-currency module for companies that serve international customers, automated weight-and-balance feature and easier integration with third-party applications using new application programming interfaces (APIs). The multi-currency module not only helps with currency conversions but allows customers and vendors to use their preferred currency.
Rockwell Collins announced that its Pro Line 21 Continuum retrofit cockpit system has been certified in the Cessna Citation III, bringing to six the total number of aircraft approved to fly with Continuum.