iPads hit the cockpit and the cabin: the Avionics Intelligence video blog







Avionics Intelligence video blog 
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 Avionics and cabin system designers are finding applications for iPads and other mobile devices in the cockpits of commercial jets and in the passenger cabin. Some have been used as electronic flight bags by pilots and as an interface for in-flight entertainment systems. John McHale discusses the implications of iPad use in aircraft in the Avionics Intelligence video blog.



Avionics Intelligence video blog
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Avionics and cabin system designers are finding applications for iPads and other mobile devices in the cockpits of commercial jets and in the passenger cabin. Some have been used as electronic flight bags by pilots and as an interface for in-flight entertainment systems. John McHale discusses the implications of iPad use in aircraft in the Avionics Intelligence video blog.
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