Improvements to the briefing process: Dark mode and more.
Lido mBriefing version 2: dark mode, "read" indicator, operational flight plan (OFP) dashboard and more!
Find the right charts for your aircraft type with the Lido eRouteManual
Aside from ensuring that they get to the airport on time and grabbing a coffee to go, pilots must complete many tasks when preparing for their flights. One of these crucial tasks is to set up the flight folder in their charting application, to ensure that all required charts are available with the single tap of a button - from the Airport Moving Map, to the Standard Instrument Departure Chart and Instrument Approach Chart. If the aircraft type and charts are specified in the ARINC 633 flight plan, the charts will be loaded automatically. But what happens when this is not the case? Read on to find out...
How to support pilots in making better tactical decisions
Weather affects the aviation industry more so than almost any other transport industry. And as significant weather events increase in frequency and severity, pilots will require more support in making timely tactical decisions. Read on to find out how Lido can support your airline and pilots to overcome this challenge now and in the future.
Save Time and Effort with the Lido eRouteManual
With the release of Lido/eRouteManual 4.9, we are providing new features which will save time and ease pilots' workflow. The latest release of our Windows-based application includes four new features: runway pre-selection in the Lido/AMM, configuration options for company polygons, support of new position data providers, and Significant Meteorological Information (SIGMET) texts displayed directly within the attribute lookup.
News from the 17th EFB Users Forum in London/Heathrow
From the 13th to 15th of November, over 300 aviation professionals headed to London Heathrow for the EFB Users Forum. Among the delegates was our Product Owner for Lido/eRouteManual, Andreas Medlhammer. Read on for his summary and key insights from the event.
Lido eRouteManual 4.8 – What’s New?
Automatic Pre-Selection of Charts in Lido/eRouteManual 4.8 The release of Lido/eRouteManual 4.8 provides the users with another way to optimize the flight-preparation workflow.
Lido eRouteManual 4.7 – What’s New?
We are proud to announce the release of Lido/eRouteManual 4.7, only a few weeks after our recent release of Lido/eRouteManual 4.5. With this release, we have introduced three main improvements to our Windows-based application. Read on to find out more!
Lido eRouteManual 4.5 – What’s New?
The release of Lido/eRouteManual marks the integration of the Mobile Updater into the Windows-based application and contains further improvements to enhance the user experience.
Lido eRouteManual 4.3.1 – rounding off the edges!
Our latest version of Lido eRouteManual, version 4.3.1, marks our mid-year release on the Windows platform and was launched beginning of July 2017. We hope that customers will rapidly upgrade to this release in order to benefit from the latest improvements from the best-in-class electronic navigation chart product on the market. The upgrade is free of charge.
Lido eRouteManual 4.3 Design Overview
The 4.3 release of Lido eRouteManual brings many changes to the visual look and feel and basic workflow of the application. This blog post will give you inside information on the design considerations of the release.
Lido eRouteManual 4.3 – same same, but different !
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.
Lido/mPilot 2.0: Faster, more modern and featuring direct connectivity