DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fjs9qv/2014_efb_report) has announced the addition of the "2014 EFB Report" report to their offering.
Annual survey among global airlines on their use and deployment of Electronic Flight Bags.
In previous EFB Reports we have spent time in this section sharing the tremendous impact being seen by tablet computers, like the iPad. Rather than update this with updated technology exhibits, we want to move the conversation away from technology changes.
The debates about the various EFB classes are proving to be passé as well. The real focus is more about whether the device is attached to the aircraft permanently or not. The arguments about whether COTS technology can positively impact flight operations is increasingly less useful. The facts are straightforward - airlines want to deploy EFBs because they provide a means of improving efficiencies. In our survey we note that over 80% of responding airlines have deployed EFBs. Moreover satisfaction with hardware and software are at 94% and 86% respectively.
Key Topics Covered:
- Survey Changes
2. Airline Operations
- Cyber Security
3. Business Case Drivers
4. Future Planning
5. Cyber Security
6. Tablet EFBs
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