Role-based management of users and documents guarantees the correct synchronization of exclusively relevant content to specific end users.
Logipad tracks all document synchronization tasks and is aware of current status. All information is stored in the backend system and is used to generate compliance reports. Compliance reports can be customized to comply with company guidelines.
Logipad supports the following
/ xhtml / xml
formats (Boeing EDB)
Excel, PowerPoint, txt, rtf
Search / Full Text
Search functionality within:
formats (Boeing EDB)
Full Text Search for
Documents often have more than one version or revision. Logipad clients allow users to decide how many revisions are stored or synchronized to devices. This allows users to fall back on older versions.
Operational authorities are able to mark documents as „to be confirmed“. These documents are grouped and displayed in a separate view. This enables quick access to prioritized documents and information. If a user confirms a document, the status is synchronized with the backend system.
A validity or expiration date can be assigned to documents. Depending on the configurable date, documents are visible or hidden to the user.
The exportable flag enables administrative authorities to restrict document actions. Disabling the exportable flag prohibits document actions such as printing, sharing, copying, and sending.
bookmarks, favorites and history
Comments, bookmarks and favorites can be customized each document. A history view of last activities is also available.
The eForm module adds electronic forms functionality to Logipads’ EFB solution.
The procedure for providing documents to clients also applies to eForms. The eForms are HTML5- and XML-based, which provides a high degree of flexibility and facilitates data exchange with other system.
Due to the fact that standards are used, eForms can easily be adjusted or developed by airlines. eForms are not restricted to special types of reports, therefore air safety reports, occurrence reports, flight operations reports or cabin reports etc. can be integrated.
eForm templates can be created and stored on the device for offline use. Completed eForms are sent to the backend system. The Information entered by users is processed by the server and can be shared between existing systems. Even workflows and notifications can be triggered to inform relevant users/roles, when eForms have been stored or have arrived on the server.
In the flight process, briefing is one of the top-priority planning steps. Relevant flight information is provided by a flight planning system as a briefing package, and is accessed via synchronization in the Logipad App (e.g. iPad). Logipad uses the ARINC 633 EFF standard and thus requires the use of a flight planning system supporting this or an equivalent format. The briefing package displays the following information:
- the flight plan (OFP; flightlog)
- weather information
- NOTAMS (airport, enroute, critical ETOPS)
- weather charts
- additional flight information
Additionally, flight-specific data can be logged and transferred back to the flight planning system.
- the removal of most paperwork in cockpits
- all flight information and flight logs are stored automatically in the data center
- flights/flight logs can be found easily for the audits of flight authorities