Another very exciting application release in the Lido/Navigation portfolio is Lido/eRouteManual version 4.3, which is mainly focused around improved usability. As much as possible, we modernized the application’s look and feel for it to truly have a foot in the new tablet world that pilots are so fond of.
As the Product Standards Manager for the Lido/AMDB product I have been contributed to RTCA Special Committee SC-217 (Aeronautical Databases) to develop industry standards for Aerodrome Mapping Data in 2015. The finalization of the latest industry standard DO-272D (User Requirements for Aerodrome Mapping Information) has taken place in June 2015, Washington, DC.
Our ARINC 424 customer training sessions and navigation database coding practices provide a special value that comes with unique understanding of the ARINC 424 standard. By gaining invaluable insight from our experts and getting in-depth knowledge, customers will be able to transform their new know-how to added value in their daily operations. Understanding of the whole data chain and process contributes to more efficient handling of operational challenges.
As the Product Manager for Lido/mPilot, I am very excited about version 2.0 that hit the AppStore on Monday September 5th, 2016. It’s the release we’ve been waiting for, providing the baseline for future extensions which are currently full swing in development. I won’t say more just now but rest assured that Lido/mPilot has a bright future ahead.