Using inputs from onboard sensors, uplinked weather or cross-linked surveillance details from nearby aircraft, researchers are creating software tools that will offer pilots the tactical guidance to circumvent convective turbulence or potentially dangerous wake vortices. This will be made possible by electronic flight bags (EFB) and tablets that tap into onboard avionics systems and are increasingly connected to ground data sources via broadband links migrating from cabin to ...

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