Here's what to look for in the June/July 2020 issue of Avionics:
Aviation Industry Analysts Weigh in On Impact of COVID-19
The latest available insights from respected industry analysts providing updates on how the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to impact flight operations and the global aerospace supply chain.
Connected Air Cargo Enablement
The volume of commercial air cargo operations has remained relatively unchanged from the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. This article will highlight some of the technologies enabling air cargo operators to achieve flight operations and maintenance benefits while transporting critical medical supplies and equipment.
New Electronic Flight Bag Apps
We’ll take a look at a side of the connected electronic flight bag (EFB) that we previously have not focused on in Avionics: the apps. In this article, we will explore some of the newest EFB apps being used by pilots to improve their ability to obtain weather updates, seek re-routes and fly more efficiently.
What Does 5G Mean for Aviation?
5G is the latest standard in mobile internet connectivity. The first specification for 5G was released in late 2017 and development and infrastructure build-out has continued since then. Most mobile carriers have already deployed these networks in selected locations to test their real performance. How can this new standard expand the possibilities of new aviation scenarios? Here, Avionics will examine the potential benefits 5G can bring to aviation.
Connected Aircraft Podcast Highlights
In an effort to extend the life of the content in some of the latest episodes of the Global Connected Aircraft Podcast, we’ll feature some follow up interviews with guests of recent episodes to get some of the latest perspectives on topics they discussed.
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