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EFB Users Forum - Meet Viasat in Miami, May 2018

EFB Users - Meet Viasat in Miami

The EFB Users Forum is one of our favourite events, a superb opportunity to get into the technical details of EFBs, hear about pilot experiences and work towards a unified approach to making pilots' lives better. 

Let's meet at EFB Users Forum, Miami 2018

This EFB Users Forum is being jointly held, in coordination with the IATA EFB Task Force. The joint meeting will be co-chaired by Philipp Haller, Austrian Airlines, and Will Ware, Southwest Airlines. This event is a coordinating activity among airlines, cargo carriers, and other aircraft operators intended to facilitate EFB development. Aircraft manufacturers, regulators, EFB suppliers, and others are encouraged to participate in the forum to advance EFB capabilities. Viasat will be exhibiting at the event (booth 35), so let's arrange to meet up!

Viasat presentation at EFB Users Forum

Viasat Solutions Architect, Murat Sumer, will present on the topic 'How is connectivity improving aviation? A look at the interconnectedness of data', so be sure to catch this engaging and informative talk.

EFB-benefits-infographic-aug-17.pngWho - Airlines, aircraft operators, OEMs, regulators, EFB suppliers

What - Joint AEEC EFB Users Forum in coordination with the IATA EFB Task Force

Why - Explore Viasat's modular EFB system and integration with AeroDocs, aviation's safety and compliance document management system

WhereMiami Marriott Dadeland Hotel
9090 South Dadeland Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33156

When - May 15 - 16, 2018


Learn more

Event info - https://www.aviation-ia.com/conferences/electronic-flight-bag-efb-users-forum

Explore Viasat EFB - http://www.arconics.com/efb-eff-aerodocs/

Explore AeroDocs document management system for EFB - http://www.arconics.com/safety-compliance-document-management-aerodocs/ 


Image credit

American Airlines Boeing 757-200 landing at MIA; in the background International Concourse - by BriYYZ from Toronto, Canada - American Airlines Boeing 757-200 N185AN, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36856906