Honeywell is finishing a study for the FAA that may impact how airlines secure their tablet electronic flight bags (EFB) in the cockpit. As part of an “EFB Securing” project launched last year, the FAA asked for an analysis of commonly used “temporary securing methods” that airlines and general aviation pilots are using for personal electronics devices (PEDS) like tablets in cockpits. Included was a survey of the types of mounts being used, as well as environmental, safety and usability ...
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